Episode 69: Tom Schwab



Want to know a way to get your message to more of the right people with less effort, all from the comfort of your home office? Would you like to build great relationships while you do that? Do a little work to get yourself as a guest on different podcasts. Podcast hosts are always looking for new, interesting guests. Minette and I got some great information for ourselves – and hopefully you too (!) – from Tom Schwab in this episode about becoming a podcast guest. He had great tips and also models this with his own business, showing just how much referral business is possible from the relationships he builds by being a guest.

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Bio

Tom Schwab knows how to build a business online. Marketing at its heart is starting a conversation with someone who could be an ideal customer. Tom helps thought leaders: authors, speakers, coaches, and brands get featured on leading podcasts their prospects are already listening to. Then he shows them how to turn listeners into customers. 

• Author of PODCAST GUEST PROFITS: Grow your business with a targeted interview strategy 

• Founder of Interview Valet, the concierge level Podcast Interview Marketing agency

Links

Free gift: http://InterviewValet.com/profit

Social media: https://www.facebook.com/InterviewValet/ https://twitter.com/interviewvalet http://InterviewValet.com

You can also view this call’s video recording on our Youtube channel.

Brad Dobson
Brad Dobson is a co-founder of the Path to Profit Academy, and husband of Minette Riordan. He handles all the techy stuff and shares parenting duties. He is a 2-time marathon and 2-time Ironman finisher and for some reason enjoys endurance athletics. After 25 years in the software industry he quit his job to become an entrepreneur alongside Minette.

About Brad Dobson

Brad Dobson is a co-founder of the Path to Profit Academy, and husband of Minette Riordan. He handles all the techy stuff and shares parenting duties. He is a 2-time marathon and 2-time Ironman finisher and for some reason enjoys endurance athletics. After 25 years in the software industry he quit his job to become an entrepreneur alongside Minette.

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