How to Get Featured on Popular Podcasts & YouTube Channels (Step-By-Step)

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  1. Commenting then watching! Had to show love first! Hey…at least I spoke the truth!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ™Œ

    Update: "Be the solution for someone's problem". Even though this is geared towards podcasts, which I don't plan on doing right now, I felt his points were very influential. I feel everything can be applied for collaborating with other creators and focusing more on the content we are currently making. This was fantastic!

  2. QOTD โšก Have you been a guest on podcast, live-stream or some else's YouTube channel yet? Let us know! ๐Ÿ‘‡ Learn how to use 'Stages' to grow your following & income faster in this FREE online workshop ๐Ÿ‘‰ http://ProSpeakerTips.com/

  3. Awesome tips summed up ๐Ÿ‘‡

    1. Discover what value you can bring to their channel
    2. Find your dream podcast
    3. Build a script
    A. Yโ€™all about someone you both admire
    B. About them
    C. Talk about the problem you can solve (with proof)
    D. Present a win-win opportunity
    E. Call to action

  4. Great tips. I have done one livestream with fellow reviewers in the same niche as myself, it didn't turn out very well, I had bad internet connect that night. But I can see how they (when done properly) can be very effective. Great content as usual, keep it up.

  5. Step 1: Create your first 10 dream podcasts. (Look for their listeners to be your ideal customers/demographic)

    Step 2: Do a script (6 parts)
    (Start with common connection, someone you both know)
    (Talk about them and the good they're doing in the world and their reviews, bragging on them and thanking them)
    (Talk about the problem you solve and how you can do that)
    (5-10 second of social proof you solved that problem.)
    (Create a win-win opportunity, your win being a spot on their podcast)
    (Call to action and you schedule a 5-10 min time to connect, really quickly is important)

    Really great advice! Our comedy sketch channel is definitely gonna try this when it comes to collabs and appearing as guests elsewhere.

  6. Thanks for sharing this! ๐Ÿ‘ In fact, I just had my first collab on YouTube that posted today. I have a few other collabs that are coming soon.

  7. I love Sean… He literally does videos on what i'm think about doing and/or already trying to do!
    I'm right now looking for podcasts to be on, to promote my new comedy web series on Amazon. (and brand new YouTube channel LOL)

  8. Iโ€™m so scared to be on someone elseโ€™s podcast. Itโ€™s something I know I will have to do. I just want to know I can actually help them with the information I can provide. I want to just jump in, and do it, but Iโ€™m not sure how to know Iโ€™m ready. This is why love being a content creator. I love finding new ways to be the best I can. Really guys. This is a really good way to challenge yourself.

  9. Starting a channel has been a dream of mine for years, but the prospect was always overwhelming. Thanks to you, it is no longer intimidating and i am finally doing it. Thank you Sean. ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. I am a new youtuber I am following you and I see you show us how to use the best camera In the future I will buy it

  11. great advice again! accidentally replied to a video last night and you responded fast, It's really nice to see how active you are with your watchers!

  12. Love this info!! I just started a podcast for career pharmacist transitioning into entrepreneurs or Pharmapreneurs. I hope it empowers . You can check it out here https://youtu.be/rX4rYodnLo0

  13. I host a podcast called gridlocked. Every once in a while I will search Social platforms for things that I enjoy, reach out to the creators and have them on my channel.

  14. That's a great script!
    I think it could be applied even more widely than platforms alone, networking, marketing, sales, etc..

    The hardest part is always just getting them on the phone ๐Ÿ˜‰

  15. Signed up for the workshop. Excited.

    Question about the 'call to action' part, should we include an email option in addition to the 5-10 min phone call? I have a podcast and channel and have had people want to connect for a phone call but email is much more convenient for me and I imagine most people just don't like being on the phone in general. I've been on a couple podcasts but all the prep work has been via email each time.

  16. Very interesting… still…ergh, still figuring out my niche, my message…I know I've got something to say – a lot of somethings. Hrm. Good stuff in the vid, tho.

  17. Really good tips! I've just recently started a new talk show where I collaborate with other game devs and they get a chance to talk about topics that I'm not an expert in. This is a win-win as they get to bring value to my community while also gaining more brand awareness as both of us will be cross-promoting each other's content ๐Ÿ˜€

  18. I love this! And I love collabs. My goal as my new course launches is to amp up my collabs. I love video collabs but they seem harder to come by. Iโ€™ve done quite a few podcasts and LOVE them, especially when theyโ€™re just great convos. Definitely signing up for the video series! Thanks guys! Perfect timing!

  19. Part 7 – Don't come across as supplicating, overly complimentary or sycophantic. Whatever you bring to the podcast has value for the host too. The host needs to be able to acknowledge that.

  20. Iโ€™m new to YouTube and I love your videos. The next step for me is collaborating and taking your tips here to grow my channel :)!

  21. I hadn't thought of this! I am still getting comfortable sharing what I have on my channel but this would be a great way to get my message out there!

  22. Did you hire all the new people you needed for your company? I deleted my video bc I hadnโ€™t heard from anyone ๐Ÿ™‚

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