Speaking on podcasts is one of the fastest and most effective ways to grow your audience and influence online. When you are doing is showing up in front of a warm audience and showcasing your expertise. This audience is “warm” because the host is essentially giving you their stamp of approval. The audience is much more likely to listen to you and become a fan of yours.
Our guest today, Kelly Glover, has over 18 years of experience in media and talent management. She is the founder of The Talent Squad, a company that helps people get booked on podcasts. In this episode, she teaches us why guest podcasting is so powerful, what you need in order to get started, how anyone can get booked regardless of their level of experience, and tips on how to booked.
For a list of equipment Kelly and Tara use, scroll down.
About Kelly Glover
Kelly Glover books podcast tours for entrepreneurs so they can build brand equity. As the founder of The Talent Squad, Kelly is driven by the core belief that your personal brand is your most valuable asset.
Kelly is a natural energizer obsessed with booking podcast interviews for her clients enabling them to deliver incredible value to audiences, build relationships with hosts, and increase credibility, authority, visibility, and influence.
In 2007 Kelly released her first podcast but it wasn’t until 2014 that she finally made the transition from commercial radio host to podcast guest booking agent. Then in 2017, Kelly was faced with a “Jerry Maguire Moment”, and with just a single client and one team member launched her podcast guest booking agency, The Talent Squad.
Kelly splits her time between Los Angeles, New York, and Sydney.
Connect with Kelly
Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/thetalentsquad
- Microphone – Audio-Technica ATR2100-USB Cardioid Dynamic USB/XLR Microphone
- Pop sock
- Shock mount