Ep. 109 | Introducing “Pitched: Real Stories of Pitching Bold Ideas”

Oct 10, 2023 | 0 comments

In the last episode, I talked about how podcast guesting has evolved since I began working in the podcasting space. In this episode, I’m talking about another evolution – the evolution of the Go Pitch Yourself podcast.

When we launched the show in September 2019, we focused on giving you the tools to pitch yourself (the clue’s in the title!) for podcast guesting opportunities. However, during the summer hiatus, I realized that Go Pitch Yourself no longer aligns with our company’s direction. And as our focus at the Podwize Group has shifted, the time has come to widen the topics we cover here.

Introducing… “Pitched: Real Stories of Pitching Bold Ideas.”

It’s all about behind-the-scenes conversations, getting into the details of life and business with fascinating people. We’re stepping away from generic business owner interviews and diving deep into specific, juicy topics.

All of our past episodes will remain in this feed, but starting October 10th, you’ll see new artwork, and be the first to experience our fresh format and focus. We’ll continue offering podcast guesting insights through segmented Spotify playlists of past episodes, as well as updates on developments in the podcast guesting space specifically.

Stay tuned wherever you’re listening right now, and we’ll see you next time for the first episode of Pitched! I can’t wait for you to hear where we’re going next.

Introducing “Pitched: Real Stories of Pitching Bold Ideas”

Topics covered include:

  • How the summer hiatus led me to re-examine what I want to achieve with my business and the podcast
  • The exciting topics we’ll be covering in our new show, Pitched: Real Stories of Pitching Bold Ideas
  • What is new and what is staying the same
  • My plans for organizing past and future episodes into playlists
  • How to follow and listen to Pitched

So what do you think? Are you excited about our plans for Pitched? I hope you’ll agree that by expanding the idea of pitching to encompass more than only podcast interviews, we’ll be able to provide you with even more nuggets to help you to achieve your potential.

If you have any thoughts about the change of focus – or if you have a recommendation for the Podcast Love of the Week section – reach out to me on LinkedIn @angietrueblood.

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