Are you interested in starting to pitch yourself for visibility opportunities? Not sure where to start? Should you pitch for speaking opportunities, guest posts, podcast interviews, or local media? There are soooo many options!
Spoiler: podcasts are the best place to start dipping your toe in the visibility waters. Join me as we chat through the 5 reasons you should start with podcast pitching and why pitching the right hosts in the right way can lead to opportunities far beyond a 30-minute interview.
Topics covered include:
- Five reasons podcasts should be the first outlet to focus on when creating a visibility strategy
- How podcast interviews can have instant, measurable outcomes for your business
- Why your relationship with the podcast host is key to spreading your message
- What types of opportunities podcast interviews can lead to
- The reason podcasts have greater longevity than other media formats
Resources mentioned in this podcast:
- Book a call to see if Angie can support YOUR visibility needs
- Join the Go Pitch Yourself Facebook community
- Follow Angie on Instagram
- Get more info at Angie’s website
- The episode of Racheal Cook’s ‘Promote Yourself to CEO’ featuring Angie on Apple Podcasts
- Racheal Cook’s website
Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go Pitch Yourself! Be sure to screenshot this episode and tag me on Instagram @angie_trueblood and tell me what you are MOST looking forward to with the podcast. Can’t wait to connect again!
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