The real payoff from podcasting typically starts to build around 12-18 months into the process. – Matt Johnson
Podcasting as a category is exploding, but most of the shows out there just won’t last. If you’re in it for the long game, there are 5 keys to making sure your podcast grows, becomes profitable and has long term success. How does a Clear and Compelling idea play into how well our podcast does, and how can you test if you have a Clear and Compelling idea? Why is it critical to put tracking in place as soon as possible? What are some of the low hanging fruit opportunities you can take advantage of through your podcast?
On this episode, I talk about what it takes to run a podcast that will do well and produce results for you in the long run.
Ready to 10X your visibility and be FIRST in your category?
Right now your competitors are out there….
- Being featured on podcasts
- Speaking on stages
- Appearing on webinars, virtual summits and YouTube series
So when your prospects are thinking of a service like yours, are you the very FIRST brand in their mind?
If not, you have a huge opportunity to pull in front. To be more visible, build more authority, create more credibility.
And here’s the good news. You don’t have to pitch yourself, OR hire a PR agency.
There’s a new way to get featured on podcasts consistently.
Start by downloading the Pitch Assistant Roadmap.
Built for Experts or Entrepreneurs with a Virtual Assistant or small team.
The Roadmap lays out the exact steps to have an assistant or intern pitching you consistently to niche business podcasts.
- Breaks out the roles and responsibilities of a Podcast Pitch Assistant.
- Visual overview of a 4 Week research & outreach system that gets results.
- Shows you how to remove yourself from the process of finding podcasts and pitching yourself, so you can focus on what you do best!
If you know that podcast interviews will help you attract more clients, speaking opportunities, book sales and social proof, don’t let your competitors have all the fun!