With hundreds of thousands of new books published each year, it’s hard for authors to get notice for their books, ideas, and causes. While social media, blogging, and publishing articles are all still vital elements of every writer’s publicity and marketing, the exploding world of podcasting is a new and invaluable new plank to add to their platforms. Hosting a podcast is a huge investment of time, energy, and money, but an option for some authors to consider. Being a guest on podcasts is becoming a must and a not-to-be-missed opportunity.
In this short webinar we’ll cover:
- The real costs and benefits of hosting a podcast of your own
- Ideas for getting started if you are inspired to be a podcaster
- The invaluable pluses of being a podcast guest
- Some simple skills and practices to make yourself an invaluable and engaging guest who gets invited back
- A handful tips on how NOT to drive your podcast host crazy
Betsy Graziani Fasbinder is the host of a bimonthly podcast, The Morning Glory Project: Stories of Determination. The MGP is in its second year, having aired more than 60 interviews featuring the astounding stories those who exemplify determination. In it she interviews inspiring survivors, thrivers, innovators, and trailblazers. It’s her belief that in sharing these stories that we empower one another to endure, to innovate, and to thrive.
Betsy’s whole professional life is dedicated to telling, or helping others to tell their stories. She works as a developmental editor and coach, a public speaking coach, and a ghost writer.
Betsy is award-winning author of the critically acclaimed novel, Fire & Water, a memoir, Filling Her Shoes, and her inspirational public speaking how-to, From Page to Stage: Inspiration, Tools, and Public Speaking Tips for Writers.