20 min

Ep 137: Cracking The Code On The Perfect(ish) Pitch The B-Word with Joanne Bolt

    • Marketing

Let's talk about the term "podcast pitch".  We all know it's become a buzzword, but there’s real magic that lies in crafting strategic and intentional pitches that align with your message and resonate with the audience. In this episode, I’ll be breaking down the process of pitching yourself to podcasts to grow your audience and I’ll walk you through the importance of targeting podcasts that are in their early stages, those hungry for fresh voices and perspectives, especially when you’re just starting out with pitching.Let's start with a relatable analogy - Imagine your podcasting journey like a high school adventure. Freshman year is all about testing the waters, pitching imperfectly and embracing that imperfection, but learning along the way. As you step into sophomore year, you're refining your pitch style, gaining confidence, and making connections that matter. Junior year rolls around, and your pitches transform into well-crafted narratives that reflect your unique value. Finally, in your senior year of podcast pitching, you're aiming for the grandest stages, tailoring each pitch as a strategic partnership.So, before you start your own podcast pitching, tune in. Each level – from freshman to senior – is a chapter in your unique podcasting saga, a saga that's shaped by persistence, passion, and precision. 
Is your podcast looking for a home? Take a peek into the women of the Podcast(H)er Network. We exist to help women podcasters make more money. I can't WAIT to welcome YOU inside the Podcast(H)er Network! www.podcasther.com

Let's talk about the term "podcast pitch".  We all know it's become a buzzword, but there’s real magic that lies in crafting strategic and intentional pitches that align with your message and resonate with the audience. In this episode, I’ll be breaking down the process of pitching yourself to podcasts to grow your audience and I’ll walk you through the importance of targeting podcasts that are in their early stages, those hungry for fresh voices and perspectives, especially when you’re just starting out with pitching.Let's start with a relatable analogy - Imagine your podcasting journey like a high school adventure. Freshman year is all about testing the waters, pitching imperfectly and embracing that imperfection, but learning along the way. As you step into sophomore year, you're refining your pitch style, gaining confidence, and making connections that matter. Junior year rolls around, and your pitches transform into well-crafted narratives that reflect your unique value. Finally, in your senior year of podcast pitching, you're aiming for the grandest stages, tailoring each pitch as a strategic partnership.So, before you start your own podcast pitching, tune in. Each level – from freshman to senior – is a chapter in your unique podcasting saga, a saga that's shaped by persistence, passion, and precision. 
Is your podcast looking for a home? Take a peek into the women of the Podcast(H)er Network. We exist to help women podcasters make more money. I can't WAIT to welcome YOU inside the Podcast(H)er Network! www.podcasther.com

20 min