Have you ever been interviewed on a podcast and you weren't sure what to say?
When I was first interviewed on podcasts I was the same way.
It wasn't until I began asking for feedback from podcast hosts that I 'figured it out'. Because I would hear things like this from Jasbir Arora, host of "The Root Of All Business Podcast":
"It was a pleasure interviewing Tyler, his insights on email as a marketing tool made me change my perception on why it is still one of the best to communicate with your audience."
So I realized, the most important thing isn't to teach how to write an email. Or show people how to boost conversions. Or tell them tips and tricks.
No. What's most important is "selling" them on the idea of using email in the first place.
This last week I was interviewed on the Maverick Paradox Podcast. And during our chat, the host went from being horrified at my suggest of emailing multiple times a week... to considering using it as a tool for her business... to signing up for my list before the podcast even ended (and before I even plugged my opt-in page).
That's the power of selling an idea.
Why do I bring this up?
Because I'm curious if you have a podcast or know anyone with a podcast I'd be a good fit for?
Mainly to talk about: emails, marketing, copywriting, persuasion, and business.
If so, please reply to this email and tell me a bit about the audience and what you are looking for. If it's someone else's podcast, you can connect us directly if that's easier.
I'm happy to supply a pitch, bio, or whatever you need to learn more.
That's all for now. Enjoy your Sunday.