Ep. 28 | Q+A Roundup with Go Pitch Yourself Members

Sep 1, 2020 | 0 comments

If you’re trying to decide if theGo Pitch Yourself program is for you, today I’m giving you a little insight into what you can expect.

In this episode, I answer questions from Go Pitch Yourself members about what they should be doing AFTER they’ve sent their pitch. So listen up for an idea of how I do things.

And if Go Pitch Yourself sounds like the right fit for you and your visibility goals, get a free downloadable version of my roadmap for podcast pitching success to be notified when the program reopens so you can become a one of the Go Pitch Yourself members!

Q+A Roundup with Go Pitch Yourself Members

 Topics covered include:

  • How (and when) to follow up on your pitches
  • The best way is to prepare for your guesting spot
  • How to amplify your podcast guesting spot and everything to do after you record
  • The best way to recover from a bad interview
  • The hardest pitches I ever sent and landed
  • How to systemize your pitching follow-up

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Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go Pitch Yourself! Be sure to screenshot this episode and tag me on Instagram @angie_trueblood and let me know that you are ready to #gopitchyourself! I’ll add your post to my story and help you spread the word!

Can’t wait to connect again!

Feel like you need a little support in getting started pitching yourself?

>>> Get a free downloadable version of my roadmap for podcast pitching success

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