Being a Guest on Radio Podcasts

There are thousands of “radio programs” now that are only online, but because they are such a niche area, they can have thousands of people who are your perfect market. It can be confusing because of the word “radio” when they actually are not on the radio, but it’s a podcast that is produced like a radio program and could be put on the radio with few, if any changes.

I myself am in the process of finishing up figuring out all my tech equipment and then will start doing a half hour program each week called “Hope Endures Radio Podcast.” I will be interviewing people who offer both practical and inspirational content for the chronically ill.

And I was recently a guest on a radio podcast show called Work Matters. You can listen here if you’re interested! (My interview is the second one to air on the show so it is a little over half way through the audio file)

So where to find these programs?

  • PublicRadioFan.com has a nice listing of nearly 1200 podcast shows¬† broken down by category.
  • Check out your favorite web sites. A lot of site owners are doing podcast shows and looking for special guests.
  • One of the best resources around is an ebook put together by Dorothy Thompson, founder of Pump up Your Book Promotion,¬† 101 Internet Radio Shows. For just $7.99 this is well-worth the price of lunch (Yes, I own it!)

Also, read those writers ezines! Lots of times people who start these programs will make announcements that they are looking for special guests.

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Lisa and Joel Copen have a variety of experience in founding a nonprofit that receives over 80,000 visitors per month, music and sound editing, web design, and book marketing and publishing. They look forward to your ideas to make the series of ebooks on book promotion a practical tool to help you sell more books!

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