In this month’s series, Kathi Lipp and podcast producer Tiffany Jo Baker are talking about what it takes to be an awesome podcast guest (and why you want to). With over 1,500,000 podcasts in production, and 60% of podcast listeners having purchased something they heard about on a podcast, being a podcast guest is a great way to get your words into the world. But how do you get booked to be a podcast guest? In this first episode, Kathi and Tiffany explain how to:
- Find a podcast you want to be on
- Prepare your pitch
- Find the appropriate contact
If you have ever thought of using podcast as a platform to get your message out, you won’t want to miss this series.
Links and Resources:
Guest Podcasting Workshop: The Platform Perks + How-To’s of Pursuing Podcasts to Share Your Message (use promo code redhouse to get it for $17!)
Meet Your Hosts
Author, Speaker, Communicator Academy Creator and CEO
Tiffany Jo Baker
Tiffany Jo Baker is a 3x surrogate, speaker, podcaster, author, and strategist for leaders, Christian communicators, and women with a why. She is used from the breakfast table to the boardroom, uplifting the soul, success, and social media of start-up solopreneurs to multi-million-dollar non-profit organizations, and helping you birth your God-given dreams. Find out more at www.tiffanyjobaker.com
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