Angie Trueblood is a self-made visibility strategist who is determined to inspire and equip mission-driven entrepreneurs to start putting their hard-earned expertise to good work. Discover how to connect with audiences of your ideal clients through podcast interviews, online publications, speaking opportunities and more, in a way that feels authentic and moves your business forward. If you're tired of doing #allthethings to get known in your niche, it's probably time to get more strategic and focused. Not only will Angie help you develop a strategy that is do-able and effective, but she'll also share behind-the-scenes secrets on what industry experts love (and hate) to see in the pitches they receive.
Podcast Swaps, Pitching, & Producing with Danny Ozment
After a recent podcast appearance of my own, I was approached by Danny Ozment, the host of 'So You Want to Podcast?', about appearing as a guest on his show.
But rather than just a straight-up interview, he suggested we do a podcast swap and record one conversation that we both could use for each of our shows. We're both serving the same audience but in complementary ways, which makes for a great discussion and podcast swap.
Full notes at https://www.angietrueblood.com/podcast-swaps-danny-ozment
Pitching High-Profile Guests for YOUR Podcast with Kate Kordsmeier
A question I often get from podcast hosts is, "Do the skills you teach also help in pitching high-profile guests for my own show?" To help answer that question, I'm excited to share this interview with my friend Kate Kordsmeier, who has handled pitches from all angles - as a freelance journalist and as a podcaster herself. Since launching the Success with Soul podcast in April 2020, Kate has attracted guests like Pat Flynn, Amy Porterfield and Tarzan Kay. Tune in to find out how she managed that!
Opt-Ins That Serve and Sell with Kate Doster
I'm so excited that my guest today is Kate Doster, the host of the Inbox Besties Podcast. She shares her wisdom in the email marketing space, which is closely related to the world of podcast pitching.
We go ALL IN on a conversation around freebies and opt-ins that lead people to join your email list in a way that feels authentic AND is profitable. We also talked about how much you should actually ‘give away’ in your freebies, what format you should use, and even nerded out on metrics a little bit!
Building the Ideal Client Experience for Podcast Hosts & Guests with Amy Feierman
My guest today is Amy Feierman, a client experience strategist and student in the Go Pitch Yourself program. Her experience might seem like a bit of a stretch in terms of its relevance to 'visibility' at first glance. But, as I've always maintained that the key to podcast pitching is building and maximizing relationships, having Amy on as a guest was a no-brainer. In this conversation, we chat about the ideal client experience as a two-way street, relating to both the potential guest and the podcast host.
Show Up Boldly as YOU
Following a coaching call with the members of the Go Pitch Yourself program, I felt I had to share a bit about our conversations with you.
Each time we welcome new students into the program, I’m humbled at the opportunity I’ve earned to support these incredible women in sharing their voices and gifts with the world.
As these women are working through how to show up boldly as their true selves, I thought it only fitting for me to do the same.
Storytelling as the Heart of All Pitches with Kim Wensel
Writing the classic elevator pitch, similar to podcast pitching, involves telling a story that makes a connection between what you have to offer and what the other person (or their audience) wants. But when it comes to writing your own pitches, do you struggle to use storytelling in a relevant way that can convince and convert? My guest today, messaging consultant Kim Wensel, acts as a personal journalist for her clients by helping them tease out the stories that get to the heart of what makes them unique.
A very down to earth process to pitching!
I’ve recently gotten to the stage in my business where I feel access to other people’s audience will help me help even more people in my niche. I’ve been pretty anxious about pitching myself and frankly having the fear of being rejected!
The couple of episodes with Angie outlining why podcasts are the way to go, and the episode with Kendra Hennessy really highlighting what NOT to do, makes pitching myself seem straightforward and not at all ‘pushy’ or ‘cringy’!
I love this Angie and looking forward to the next episode! 💗