Promote Your Writing by Getting Interviewed & Featured on Podcasts

August 16, 2022, 12:00 pm-1:00 pm ET

As podcasts continue to explode in popularity, they’re an excellent way to promote your work. But how do you connect with podcast hosts or producers? And what do you say to convince them that you can add value to their audience?

During this 1-hour webinar, three podcast pros share:

  • Why being featured on podcasts can help build your platform
  • What they look for when booking guests
  • How writers and authors can get their attention when pitching themselves
  • Tips for being a great guest that gets asked back again

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Daniel Ford

Daniel Ford is the author of Sid Sanford Lives! and Black Coffee. He’s the co-founder of Writer’s Bone, a literary podcast and website that champions aspiring and established authors, and the founder of the Writer’s Bone Podcast Network, a collective of writer-ish podcasts that includes Pop Literacy, NovelClass, Film Freaks Forever!, and As Told To: The Ghostwriting Podcast. A Bristol, Conn., native (and longtime Queens, N.Y., transplant), Ford now lives with his wife Stephanie and their daughter Averie in Reading, Mass., where coffee and cannoli are always within arm’s reach.

Hillary Sutton

Hilary Sutton is a fractional CMO, writer, speaker and host of the Hustle & Grace podcast where she serves as chief explorer in cultivating a flourishing career and life. Her writing has been featured in HuffPost, the Washington Post, USA Today, Yahoo! Singapore, and HuffPost United Kingdom. She is also the author of several eBooks and courses including the Personal Brand Course and Get Your Dream Off the Ground. Hilary loves Broadway, red velvet cake, and is obsessed with her kiddos. She lives with her husband and daughters in the DC metro area. More at hilarysutton.com

Jennifer L.W. Fink

Jennifer L.W. Fink is the creator of BuildingBoys.net and cohost of the podcast ON BOYS: Real Talk about Parenting, Teaching, & Reaching Tomorrow’s Men. She’s a freelance writer whose work has been published by the New York TimesWashington PostU.S. News and World ReportFOX NewsParents, and Parade. Fink is also the author of The First-Time Mom’s Guide to Raising Boys: Practical Advice for Your Son’s Formative Years. A member of ASJA since 2009, Fink lives in rural Wisconsin and is the proud mother of four sons.