Today, I’m spilling the beans on the roadmap I follow with each and every client my team and I pitch, including myself.
Listen to my six-step process to podcast-pitching success – and follow a link below to grab a downloadable copy which also includes the five mistakes you should avoid!
Topics covered include:
- The importance of thinking about what will make your ideal client hire you
- What talk topics are you an expert in that are relevant to your ideal client?
- The importance of research
- The need to be clear and concise about your expertise and what the podcast audience will gain from your appearance
- Making your pitches unique to each targeted podcast
- The opportunities which can follow a successful podcast appearance
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Get your free downloadable version of Angie’s roadmap for podcast pitching success
- Book a discovery call to see if Angie can support YOUR visibility needs
- Join the Go Pitch Yourself Facebook community
- Follow Angie on Instagram – and submit your screenshots when you’re ready to Go Pitch Yourself
- Get more info at Angie’s website
- Dave Jackson’s School of Podcasting
- Websites for ShePodcasts and ShePodcastsLive
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 let me know that you are ready to #gopitchyourself! I’ll add your post to my story and help you spread the word!
Can’t wait to connect again!
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