You know how everyone always says, getting interviewed makes you the expert in your market?
Well they're right, if you get interviewed on the right shows it could launch you into celebrity status pronto.
And finding shows to be interviewed on is pretty easy, all you have to do is go to iTunes and do a search in your niche.
The problem is these hosts are being constantly bombarded with interview requests from all sorts of people.
Some of them get so many requests they don't even read them all.
And worse, if you're interview request looks amateurish in any way they won't give you the time of day.
See, these hosts are busy doing their show and booking interviews. They don't have time to waste with people who don't know how to pitch. More, if you don't know how to pitch properly then it tells them you won't know how to give a good interview either.
Which means you're not getting on their show.
The key to stand out when you're pitching yourself for an interview is to have a great intro email with some teaser content. That'll get your foot in the door. The second part that seals the deal for you is something I call the “Speed Sheet.” This tells the host whether or not you're right for their listeners and makes it super easy for them to interview you. Even better, when you show up with a good pitch and a speed sheet they know you're not a rookie – which signals to them that you'll be a good interview.
Inside the next Podcast Mogul I'm giving you the exact email copy I use to get the conversation started with show hosts, plus you'll get a swipe copy of a speed sheet I use for one of my clients and a check list to create one of your own.
If you want all the benefits of podcasting without doing the heavy lifting of hosting your own show, you won't want to miss this one.
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