Captivate + Convert Episode 045: 4 Tips To Help You Nail Your Next Podcast Pitch -

Captivate + Convert Episode 045: 4 Tips To Help You Nail Your Next Podcast Pitch

Whether or not you’re a podcaster yourself, making guest appearances on other people’s podcasts is a fantastic way to build your visibility among audiences that may never have heard of you otherwise.

And if you can nail your appearance, you’re another step closer to establishing yourself as THE thought leader in your niche.

I already know that you’ll succeed once you get booked on your dream podcast (you brilliant entrepreneur!), so today’s episode is all about creating foolproof pitches designed to create an eye-opening first impression, make you irresistible to hosts, and snag you that easy HELL YES.

Why should podcasts be part of your marketing strategy? Because they’re a powerful, intimate way to create a connection to audiences, build trust, and enhance your reputation.

After listening to this episode, you’ll have the tools you need to create your killer pitch — then all you’ll need is a decent mic!

Hit play and find a new way to work! In this episode, you’ll learn:

∙ The core research you need to do BEFORE making your move
∙ How to clearly explain the value you’ll deliver to a podcast’s specific audience (and the host!)
∙ Exactly how to structure your pitch email so that it gets the attention it deserves.

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Highlights:‌ ‌
00:45 Intro.
01:50 Why are podcasts powerful?
02:20 Your core research.
03:38 What’s your value to the audience?
04:43 What’s your value to the host?
05:43 Growing the audiences.
07:18 How to get your email read.
08:42 Be patient.

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