Want to guest on podcasts but don’t know where to start?

You know your target readers are listening to podcasts, but the thought of pitching yourself to be a guest can be a little overwhelming, right?

Well, stress no more. I have just what you need to get started.


Podcast Pitching 101 for Authors

A mini course to kick start your outreach

Here is what you’ll learn in Podcast Pitching 101…
module one

Service over selling

Get into a ‘service’ mindset before sending your pitch, so hosts know you are going to show up with value for the listeners. You’ll also learn ways to build relationships with hosts before pitching.

module TWO

Starting with a strategy

Your strategy will help you use your resources wisely (especially when outsourcing to a VA). You’ll identify your Why (goals for podcast guesting), your Who (your target audience), your What (topics to pitch), your Where (types of shows to pitch).

module THREE

Searching targeted podcasts to pitch

You’ll learn where to look for podcasts to pitch and what information to capture and research. Included is a Google sheet, and also tips on what to share with a VA if you are outsourcing, to save them time.

module four

Sending your personalized email pitch

Learn how to easily find contact information for hosts, and what to include in your email pitch to show them your message matches their mission.

module five

Surprising & delighting your host

Learn ways to become known as the celebrated go-to guest by serving the host before and after your interview.

module six

Sharing & repurposing your interview

Learn ways to continue sharing and repurposing your interview as part of your content plan, and future pitches.

I love the practical tools Kim included, along with the reminder to bring value in our message as a guest, and honor the host and their platform. You’ll be able to pitch with confidence, knowing it is a win-win for you and the host. 
Christa Hutchins
Author, accountability Coach, podcast host

What’s included in Podcast Pitching 101:

Six video lessons
Workbook for creating your strategy + a pitching checklist
Google sheet template to track podcast research & outreach
Voxer Office Hours on Tuesdays
Recommended resources to help as you begin & uplevel your outreach

The tips Kim shares for pitching podcasts, and building relationships before the pitch, has helped me so much with my outreach.
Kristine Brown
Author & speaker
one-time fee

Frequently-Asked Questions

Right away! It’s a self-paced mini course you can watch at your convenience.

After you enroll, you have access to the course as long as you want. You’ll also get notified first of any updates and resource additions to the course.

Yes, you can access the course website on your desktop, tablet, and mobile device. 

Voxer Office Hours are Tuesdays from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. CT to ask any podcast pitching questions that might be holding you up. You’ll get a reminder email with the details on connecting every Monday.

I have limited openings for 1:1 done-for-you podcast pitching and am currently on a waitlist. I do offer VIP Days to create your outreach plan for you. Feel free to email me at [email protected] and I can give you more information and also my recommendations to other service providers to pitch you.

Not at this time, but hopefully in the future. I do ask my students how they heard about my course, so if they mention your name, you might receive a little surprise.