Podcast Pitching Mistakes -- from a Host's PerspectiveThe Proffitt Podcast
09/30/21 • 34 min
We've talked about being a guest on other people's podcasts and what that looks like. (I have tons of references and resources to share with you about previous episodes we've already done!)
But today, I wanted to talk about my own perspective, as a podcast host, about what it's like to get a message from a guest (or someone that's representing them) and the qualifications of a "bad pitch" vs. a "good pitch".
There are lots of opinions shared in today's episode and I'm very open and honest about what irks me and what is most likely to get you a, "Yes! Let's book it. Here's my scheduling link!"
I hope this episode gives you some insight into hosting your own guests on your show and reminds you of what other hosts are looking for when you're asking to be on theirs.
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Great info Krystal. I should have saved all the emails I deleted.
Real, relatable and super relevant info.
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