Now that the end of the 2020 marathon is finally in our sights, I know that most of us will be looking at 2021 to plan new year goals for ourselves and our business.

So in this episode, I share some of the podcast guesting trends we’ve noticed in 2020 that can help you plan your visibility strategy for next year.

I also cover the ways in which my team and I can support you as you grow your business and build meaningful relationships through podcast guesting!

Podcast Guesting Trends in 2020

Topics covered include:

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  • The importance of pivoting your pitches to relevant current events – especially those that impact your niche
  • A lot of podcasts are not interested in offering a platform for you to share your expertise. Instead, they’re looking for people who are doing something interesting in life and business. So research the podcasts which you are pitching to – not just the topics they cover but how they cover them
  • We’re noticing longer lead-times on responses from podcast hosts, so be aware of that in your planning and being aware of current podcast guesting trends
  • Relationships and networks will be more important than ever
  • The various ways I can support you in achieving your visibility goals for 2021
  • Find out more about the Go Pitch Yourself program

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