Ep. 100 | Go Pitch Yourself Turns 100!

Jun 6, 2023 | 0 comments

It’s the 100th episode of the Go Pitch Yourself podcast!

In this special episode, I reflect on where the show has been since we launched in September 2019, look forward to where it’s going, and thank YOU for riding this podcasting wave with me. I also share some personal highlights and memories, along with some questions and comments from you, my listeners.

In addition to that, I share how you can help to shape the future of the Go Pitch Yourself podcast. Visit our short listener survey at thepodwizegroup.com/listener23 to get involved.


Go Pitch Yourself Turns 100!

Topics covered include:

  • An extended Podcast Loves of the Week segment!
  • The numbers – stats from where we started to where we are now
  • Comments and questions from you, my listeners
  • What I would do differently and the things that I’m most proud of
  • Plans for the summer and how you can help to shape the future direction of Go Pitch Yourself

Thank you, thank you, thank you for listening to the podcast, whether you’re a new listener or an OG. My aim is always to serve you and provide content that will help you to grow your visibility through podcasts.

To that end, please take a moment to fill in the listener survey at thepodwizegroup.com/listener23. As always, you can connect with me in my DMS on LinkedIn @angietrueblood. And if you haven’t already, join the email list and snag a free copy of our Podcast Pitches that Convert.

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Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go Pitch Yourself! Be well and be visible, my friend!


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Special thanks to Steve Woodward at PodcastingEditor.com for handling all the behind-the-scenes tech pieces of production.