Speak “mindfully” present a solid discussion. Enunciate words completely. Avoid “fillers” — such as um, uh, ya know — by being mindful. Remember, it’s about having an engaging conversation that provides value for the time a listener invests. Be as engaging and lively as possible during the show.
When talking about an upcoming event you’re hosting or a new book you’re launching, try not to sell too hard. There’s a fine balance to this and it can be difficult to master. What we’ve learned through time is that being informative and showcasing your expertise through experience and storytelling, the audience will seek you out for more information. Don’t be hard to relate to. Think about how the host’s listeners can benefit from your product or the lessons that they can learn from you instead. This is a much more effective sell than the head-on approach.
Don’t forget to promote the show. Don’t forget, it’s your content too! Setup your Buffer accounts, send it to your e-mail list, and add it to your about page. If you did a knock-out job on the show (like we’ve prepared you for) this is evergreen content for your own brand. Take the time to promote it for months to come. [PLEASE]
Rate/Review the show on iTunes and other podcast hosting. [PLEASE!!!!]