Once you #RockthePodcast with some great podcast interviews, it’s time to help spread the word and get your message out there! While podcast hosts will most likely be promoting your episode on social media, it is important that you do your own promotion if you want to get the greatest ROI.
Here are 3 simple tips for using social media to promote your podcast interviews:
1. Consistently post your interviews. When you know your episode is live, post a link on your social media, so your followers can hear the interview. You can’t rely on the host to promote. Take the initiative and share your interviews with your social network. […]
There are a lot of reasons why people get into podcasting, either as a host or a guest expert. Some people are looking to grow their businesses, some people are trying to establish themselves as an expert in their field, and some people just enjoy the medium! But no matter what your purpose is for podcasting, there is one key strategy that will help you be successful – making CONNECTIONS.
Podcasting has become such a personal medium. It’s incredible platform for networking with amazing people. My team and I had an fantastic time at Podfest recently, and the feeling of the event was more like a summer camp than a conference! Why? Because the network of podcasters engaging with each other was electric…and effective. […]
If you want to grow your business and take things to the next level, you cannot be doing everything yourself! I have over 10 virtual assistants; all virtual contract workers who help me run my business and I’ve learned a thing or two about how to be successful in building a virtual team. Watch this video for three very important tips! […]
A lot of people want to be booked as a guest on podcasts because of the great exposure you get to a new audience, and the opportunity to share your expertise and your message with the world! But if you want to be appealing to potential podcast hosts, there are a couple things you need […]
In a Facebook group I’m in, a member recently asked this question: is it appropriate to ask your guests to submit their own questions? There were a lot of great opinions so I decided it was a great opportunity to film a video about this topic for you! Stay tuned at the end for some Bloopers with Nathan- my new segment!
When you think of a press release, what comes to mind?
I think about a document that says: “This is who I am, this is my latest book, this is something I want to promote and get a lot of press for.”
Now, if you’re trying to get a ton of press then a press release is the right thing to have!
But if you want to get interviewed on podcasts, I discourage you from sending podcasters a press release because quite frankly, it does not send the right message. Notice that: “This is who I am, this is my latest book, this is something I want to promote and get a lot of press for” is all “I” language where it’s all about what you want. You don’t want to talk about what you want when you are trying to get booked for podcast interviews. You want to talk about what the audience will gain from hearing your interview. […]
In this super early morning episode (filmed before 7am!) I share with you 3 ways you can become a more successful podcaster. My friend, Dr. Joey Faucette inspired this episode by asking me what I noticed my most successful clients did in their show. Don’t miss this episode; it’s packed full of actionable content! […]
In this episode, you’ll learn the one thing that annoys the crap out of Chris Brogan when he’s a guest on other podcasts. I’ll also share with you some very helpful information about booking guests on your show and nurturing and growing a strong relationship with them. Don’t miss it! […]
There is a lot to learn when you launch a podcast. You have to learn all the technical aspects to podcasting but you also have to figure out how to host a great interview and how to actually introduce your guest to the show. Hint: simply reading the guest’s bio word for word is not […]
My career before entrepreneurship was a fun and adventure filled life of canvassing door to door for an environmental non profit. Knocking on doors 4 hours per day, 5 days per week, asking strangers who did not know I was coming for money, signatures, and hand written letters.
It takes a rare breed to do this.
Or does it?
That career taught me the incredibly valuable and profitable skill of sales. […]