There are hundreds of little details to think about when pitching yourself as a podcast guest. But for now, focus on these basic elements:
1) Listen to a few episodes of a podcast before pitching yourself as a podcast guest. If a podcast isn’t a good match for what you do, don’t pitch it. If a podcast doesn’t have guests, don’t pitch it.
2) Check for a “guest submission” process before pitching. If there is one, follow it to the letter.
David Hooper from The Big Podcast – 3 Rules for Podcast Guests (and Those Who Book Them) and his recent round and round with a potential podcast guest and her personal booking person
3) Focus your podcast guest pitch on a specific solution for their audience. What can you do for this audience?
4) Be detailed in your pitch. Mention specific episodes and elements of the podcast. Sincerely talk about what you like about the podcast.
5) Be patient. Give the host enough time to follow up with you. Their timetable is not your timetable. And recognize they may be in a different time zone than you.
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Brett Johnson is the owner and lead consultant at Circle270Media Podcast Consultants. With over 35+ years of experience in Marketing, Content Creation, Audio Production/Recording and Broadcasting, the podcast consultants at Circle270Media strategically bring these strengths together for their business Podcast clients.
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