In this episode, we’re digging into how you can turn podcast listeners into action-takers after they hear you as a guest on someone else’s podcast. I mean… that IS the goal, right? Not just getting in front of new audiences, but also having them take action and follow you back to your digital home. I’m diving into the 3 parts of the interview – the intro, middle, and end – and sharing what you can do during each to increase the chances that listeners will take action.
Turn Podcast Listeners Into Action Takers
Topics covered include:
- The type of prep work should you do before you record that increases the chances that listeners will turn podcast listeners into action takers
- How to position your bio so that it creates curiosity and interest
- The importance of planting seeds and sharing stories throughout the interview
- What type of (and how many) calls to action should you offer at the end of an interview?
- How to guide listeners to take action EVEN WHEN the host doesn’t ask you
If this episode resonated with you, I would LOVE to connect with you on LinkedIn (@angietrueblood). Send me a connect request with a message letting me know which strategy to turn podcast listeners into action takers is the one that you’re most excited about trying out on your next interview.
The Podwize Group’s resources mentioned in this episode:
- Ep. 88, Go Pitch Yourself with Melissa Morris: Streamlining Operations and Offers
- Connect with Angie on LinkedIn
- Learn more about the different levels of The Podwize Group’s services – including our Concierge Pitching Service and Jumpstart Intensive
Podcasts mentioned in this episode:
- Sales Maven podcast with Angie: How to be a Super Connector
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 Daniel Romeros at drpodcasts.com for editing this episode.