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17 Tips for Maximizing Your Experience and Results as a Podcast Guest

Monetize the Mic

Release Date: 11/01/2021

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On today’s episode of Monetize the Mic, Jess is talking with Interview Connections client Steve Wiideman of Wiideman Consulting Group. Steve has achieved some incredible results with podcast guesting including improved SEO, great relationships, and earning a huge amount of revenue. Additionally, Steve is currently in communication with 60 leads that he has gained from his interviews and has gotten about $250,000 in value from podcast guesting on relatively small shows.  Connect with Steve on social at @SEOSteve or send him an email at steve [at] wiideman.com (he reads every single...

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On today’s episode of Monetize the Mic, Margy and Jess discuss why your business isn’t sustainable and why that’s not entirely a bad thing. After a coaching client came to the realization that her business wasn’t sustainable, she began to panic. But your business not being sustainable is just a part of the growth journey. There are always parts of your business that aren’t sustainable, but entrepreneurs should constantly be evolving their businesses and consider those areas places to grow rather than a death sentence for their companies.

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On today's episode of Monetize the Mic, Margy and Jess are talking about why you shouldn't make a vision board...because you should make a presence board instead. For some people, vision boards are helpful to guide you towards your future, but it's also helpful to be grateful for all the things you have now and everything you've accomplished thus far. If you're more future-focused, making a presence board can be the grounding you need.  Email us your presence board to support[at]interviewconnections.com

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On today's episode of Monetize the Mic, Jess and Margy discuss how you can close high ticket sales outside of a launch by guesting on podcasts. Your interviews will help you develop high trust with podcast audiences and you will be able to leverage your relationship with the hosts who interview you and chances are, they'll sign up to be your client. You'll need a lot fewer touch points to close someone who hears you on a podcast and when you focus on your energy and mindset, you will naturally be in a state of providing value and abundance and this will translate into sales.

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On today’s episode, of Monetize the Mic, we’re answering the frequently asked question: What does success look like with podcast guesting? After establishing who this strategy is and isn't for, Margy and Jess go over the measures of success in the podcast guesting strategy including listeners getting value from what you shared, creating relationships with the hosts that interview you, and more!

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Jess and Margy are the co-owners of Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency. This is the podcast to teach you how to transform your business and life with the power of visibility and strategy! 

On today's episode of Monetize the Mic, Jess shares 17 tips for maximum success as a podcast guest:

  1. Respond to the host and express your gratitude!
  2. Connect with the host on social media
  3. Listen to their podcast and leave an honest review 
  4. Share about getting booked on social media 
  5. Research who the host is, who their audience is
  6. Be camera-ready 
  7. Use a microphone and a ring light 
  8. Restart your computer 
  9. Get water 
  10. Schedule in buffer time 
  11. Ask the host green room questions 
  12. Over-deliver value
  13. Share stories 
  14. Give a great CTA 
  15. Chat with the host in the green room after the show 
  16. Show about your interview after it goes live 
  17. Repurpose the interview into social media content