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Episode Info: Have you been wondering if you should be pitching yourself on podcasts?  Are you wondering how to even get started? Today on the show, I have my own visibility strategist, Angie Trueblood with us and she is going to be sharing tons of tips and tricks when it comes to getting super visible in your business using the power of podcasting.     As a podcast visibility expert who fiercely believes in the power of women stepping more fully into their gifts, Angie knows that the only 'perfect pitch' is the one that leads with value and focuses on building a genuine connection. Whether she is teaching entrepreneurs how to pitch themselves or working behind the scenes to secure opportunities for others, Angie leverages her super-connector powers to grow businesses and build long-lasting relationships. When she's not working with her clients or being active in her local community, she loves exploring Richmond, Virginia's parks and playgrounds with her two kiddos, checking out new restaurants with her hubs, and laughing about motherhood with friends.   Make sure you tune in so you don’t miss this episode!  It’s a good one!     Value Bombs on Today’s Episode:  Why service providers should be pitching themselves to be on podcasts  Many podcast hosts in the space need experts in specific, niched fields  How you can showcase your expertise to someone else’s audience full of your ideal clients  There is a huge need and demand for content and there are not a lot of people out there pitching themselves  The perfect storm of opportunity as a service provider in the podcasting space  The importance of niching down and being known for something specific How being a guest on podcasts can end up bringing you referrals  Podcasting is an evergreen content source that can benefit you for months or years to come.  How you can use podcasting to speed up the know, like, trust factor with your clients  The importance of getting clear on who your client is  How to figure out which podcasts are complimentary to your services (not competition)  How to figure out if a podcast is worth your time and effort  How to come up with podcast talk topics as a guest  Three “talk topics” to have in your back pocket when pitching  Why you should have a variety of top topics available  How to develop your interesting or unique story  How you can use friends and family to help you craft your story  What you need to have in place to start pitching yourself on podcasts  Why you need to have a sales process that converts in place before pitching yourself  How to determine how many pitches you should be sending out The importance of following up on your pitches  Where to Find Angie: Snag Angie’s Visibility Workflow and Training >> Subscribe to the Go Pitch Yourself Podcast Join Angie’s Free Facebook Group- Go Pitch Yourself  Connect with Angie on Facebook  Connect with Angie on Instagram  Addi...
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