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Did you know that MOST of today’s podcasts are interview based? Meaning, the host brings on a guest to talk about who they are, what they do, and then… guess what?
The guest is typically allowed to share their contact information which ultimately leads to more interviews, increased traffic to their website, securing clients, increasing sales and on and on.
So, how do podcast hosts and producers find guests for their shows? It’s not as easy as one might think to find the right guests and it’s often a laborious, drawn out process that takes a LOT of time.
And, if you want to pitch yourself as an ideal guest, well, finding the contact information for the producer or host or an online submission form is often darn near impossible.
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There are a reported 57 MILLION people who listen to podcasts in America alone. Think about it — that’s 57 MILLION potential sets of ears waiting to hear your message.
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A sampling of our Perfect Podcast Guests…
On your podcast I can talk about overcoming struggle as someone who has been homeless several times, built a 6 figure business in less than two years, become one of the key influencers in the podcasting space, and has networked his way rapidly with many boot strap methods of using Facebook organically and podcasting.
Mary has been a media personality since 2003. Having started out in radio and as a columnist, she has since hosted a national cable TV show, asked to appear on Dr. Phil three times, Montel, the CBS Early Show and over 50 morning shows nationwide as a brand spokesperson. She has authored two award-winning books; The MomsTown Guide to Getting It All (Hyperion) and It’s All About You (Free Press).
Joel J Helfer
Joel Helfer was the radio producer on 560AM “The Answer” in Chicago for Mark Imperial a highly regarded local talk show host. He booked over 100 guests for this show alone and had to prep many to be comfortable being on the show.
Rhoberta Shaler, PhD
The Relationship Help Doctor, offers urgent and ongoing care for couples and companies globally through her speaking, writing, video, and podcasts. She particularly focuses her expertise on the partners, ex’s, adult children, and co-workers of chronically difficult people. She calls them Hijackals™.