As we move into the new year, you might be considering getting some podcast pitching support. But, what type of podcast pitching support options are there?
Obviously, here at the Podwize Group, we have some skin in this particular game, but we are also STRONG advocates of stair-stepping your way into outsourcing the whole kit and kaboodle. In this episode, I detail a number of ways to get podcast pitching support for the various parts of the pitching process, whether you have a VA that can help or you’re hiring someone to handle research, as an example.
Ways to Get Podcast Pitching Support
Topics covered include:
- My 2022 goal for the Go Pitch Yourself podcast and how YOU can help 🙏
- Reasons we see SOME business owners not prioritizing guesting on podcasts
- How to decide if having your current teammates support you makes sense?
- A discussion on getting clear on your goal for getting podcast pitching support? Spoiler: aim to ‘delegate’ ownership v. task management
- The benefits of outsourcing various parts of the pitching process, with examples of how to do it
I hope this episode has cleared up some of your questions about how you might be able to get podcast pitching support in the new year, either with a current team member or virtual assistant.
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode. Which part of your podcast pitching strategy are you hoping to outsource first?
The Podwize Group’s resources mentioned in this episode:
- Get your copy of Podcast Pitches That Convert at thepodwizegroup.com/pitches
- Learn more about The Podwize Group’s services
- Follow The Podwize Group on Instagram
Other resources mentioned in this episode:
Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go Pitch Yourself! Can’t wait to connect again!
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