Have you been invited as a guest on a podcast or radio show? Listen to these tips for giving good audio so that you’ll be asked back. At the same time, you’ll be making the most of the investment of your own time.
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Here are the show notes:
[00:01] Intro and welcome
[01:30] Prepare, but don’t expect precise questions in advance; jot down notes but don’t read them!
[03:00] Keep facts and figures at your fingertips
[03:40] Know your key messages
[05:00] Use metaphors; tell a story
[05:45] Slow down
[06:05] Keep it short; don’t pontificate; think of sound bites
06:30 Example of Paull Young on FOX News talking about social media
[07:00] The whole time you’re talking, think of your audience
[07:25] Quick recap: prepare, jot down notes, have facts and figures ready, know your key messages, use metaphors, slow down, remember your audience
08:01 Comment from Joe Thornley of Thornley Fallis
10:48 Comment from Chris, Amateur Traveler
11:08 Comment from Steve Sergeant
11:33 Comment from Elisabeth (Podcastmama) at Podcastingnews
12:21 Comment from George Motoc
12:56 Comment from Podcastmatters
[13:36] Where to send comments: email to Donna AT Trafcom DOT com
Theme music is “Beneath Your Surface” by the Elisabeth Lohninger Quartet from the Podsafe Music Network