Ep. 62 | An Inside Peek at our Podcast Pitching Strategies with Kim Stewart

Dec 21, 2021 | 0 comments

In this episode, I’m excited to introduce Kim Stewart to you all – another Podwize team member. We dive into the podcast pitching strategies we’ve been implementing behind the scenes to help increase pitch conversions.

As well as being a part of our team, Kim is a book marketing strategist who helps nonfiction authors reach new readers by guesting on podcasts. Since 2014, Kim has helped authors build their platforms and launch and market their books long before and long after their release date.

Although Kim approaches pitching in a way that supports authors, there are a lot of parallels in the work we both do, particularly in the way that she encourages her clients to build their visibility in general, not just during launches.

This is directly relevant to anyone in the online business world looking to use podcast guesting to promote a specific offer. No matter what podcast pitching strategies you choose to implement, remember: always lead with the value you’re bringing to the audience!

An Inside Peek at our Podcast Pitching Strategies with Kim Stewart

Topics covered include:

  • Interesting stats for the Go Pitch Yourself podcast
  • How Kim uses podcast pitching strategies for her own book marketing business
  • The differences Kim has noticed between pitching for authors and for entrepreneurs
  • Why it’s so important to lead with the value you can bring to a podcast’s audience, rather than the product you are promoting – start your relationship from a position of respect and mutual benefit
  • Establishing boundaries when pitching yourself by deciding whether the show and the host are a good fit for you and your brand.
  • Changes that Kim has noticed in podcast pitching strategies include timely topics, podcast swaps, and the concept of creating your own podcast feed for all of your appearances

I hope you enjoyed meeting another member of The Podwize Group, as well as picking up some great, actionable tips. If there are any key lightbulb moments for you, as always please let me know.

Got a question you’d like me to tackle on an upcoming show? Record a message at speakpipe.com/GPY or contact me on IG @thepodwizegroup.

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Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go Pitch Yourself! Can’t wait to connect again!

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