Oct 5, 2016
To podcast or not to podcast? To be a guest on a show or host your own show? How do you know what is the right way to go?
If you are a guest, how do you pick a show to be on? Does size matter? What content do you share with the host and their listeners? Is your appearance a sales pitch or something else? Is it better to have someone book you onto shows or do it yourself?
If you have your own podcast, how do you get guests? How do you get good guests? What does it cost to start a podcast and what makes a podcast so good that people want to listen?
These questions and a few more are asked and answered by my guest, Jessica Rhodes, Founder of Interviewconnections.com and host of three in-demand podcasts.
Jessica Rhodes is the founder and CEO of InterviewConnections.com, the premier Guest Booking agency for podcasters and guest experts, and she is the acclaimed author of #RockThePodcast From Both Sides of the Mic!
Jessica is the host of Interview Connections TV, where each week she helps her viewers rock the podcast from both sides of the mic. She hosts/co-hosts three podcasts: Rhodes to Success, The Podcast Producers and The Parenting Rhodes. The Podcast Producers was selected by Apple as a “How to Podcast” show in iTunes and has also been included in the syllabus for a course about podcasting and audio journalism at Western University in Ontario, Canada.
Jessica is has been a speaker at Podcast Movement, Podfest.us and Dream Business Academy. She lives in Rhode Island with her husband and two kids. www.JessicaRhodes.biz