Step 2: Planning podcast interviews.
In the previous post I told you how you can begin planning for your podcast interviews. I’m going to break this down into manageble pieces so today you need to c reate an email template and personalise it by using their name.
Explain what the podcast is about, can you narrow this down into a few sentences? Are you clear on what your goals are for your podcast?
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Then I have a link to my survey, in the body of the email, that I created on Typeform. In it I ask quick questions that make sure my guests meet and understand my criteria.
Tip: Ask for their social media links so that you can get to know a little more about your potential guests.
So make that a plan for today, have look at Typeform create a questionnaire.
It has been awhile since posted sorry, I will try to be better. For this week I want to look at how to plan for interviews. But first here is why I have not posted for a while…..
I am planning my own podcast!!!
And I have been running a beta test for my podcast course. For those of you that are thinking of starting a podcast, here is what has worked for me.
I am in a lot of FB groups, I need to cut it down, but I try to get into FB twice a day to interact and post. On specified days, normally promo days, I ask for people who fit a certain criteria (that part is important!) to contact me if they are interested in being interviewed.
Creating a post
Tip: Make the picture attractive, the first time I did this the picture was a bit crap and the response was not what I had hoped. When I created a great image in Canva and I got specific about whom I wanted to talk too and why. The response was amazing. I had over 50 people reach out to me.
Okay, so the next step was to e-mail each person.
So that can be what you plan for today, go forth and create a great FB post.