Benefits For Featured Guests
I am very excited about the benefits that Bowhunting Freedom brings to its audience and featured guest experts.
Are You The Right Fit?
Maybe you are wondering if you would be a good fit as a guest on the Bowhunting Freedom podcast. There are really only three simple questions to answer:
- Do you love bowhunting, hunting, fishing, or the outdoors?
- Do you work in a job, career, or business related to bow hunting or the outdoor industry in some way? This does not have to be a full-time career, but perhaps just one step in your adventure towards your ideal career.
- Are you excited and passionate about the career or business that you are in?
If you answered “yes” to all three questions, then I think you'd be a fit for the show. The mission of the podcast is to encourage, embolden, empower, and educate avid bowhunters to pursue their passion in a fulfilling career that aligns with their dreams and desires.
Here’s what you can expect by being my Featured Guest:
– It’s simple, fun, and fast – and the benefits to you continue to accrue over time
– I showcase you in an authentic and professional way; creating rapport and credibility with my audience
– I record, edit, and produce a high quality audio file and written show notes with your episode that you can share with your audience and be proud of
– I promote you to a new (and GROWing) audience through the iTunes podcasting platform and social media channels like Facebook and Twitter
Check out the rapid growth of podcasting in the image to the left. Click the image to enlarge it.
Your Interview Stays Evergreen
Your time is valuable, so is mine… that’s why I use technology to work smarter and multiply my results. I publish my program via a podcast because podcasting provides significant advantages over traditional radio broadcasting. When I feature a guest on my program (that’s YOU), that episode is saved as a digital media file (mp3). Each audio file lives permanently on my server and can be found on my website through search engines (like Google and Bing) and via social media (like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.) as well as through my iTunes podcast feed.
Each time a new listener subscribes to my podcast, your episode can be downloaded to their device or iTunes account. That means that your episode remains evergreen and more and more people will hear your message as I continue to build my audience. That is a huge benefit over what an old-school radio show can generate, because once a live radio program has aired, well that's it... done, finished, no repeats, no replays, no sharing with anyone.
Bowhunting Freedom Is Mobile
This new national survey from Edison Research and Triton Digital found that the audience for all forms of online radio is now 36% of all Americans age 12 and older, or 94 million weekly listeners in the U.S.
“The continued penetration of smartphones in America is changing behavior significantly,” noted Tom Webster, Vice President of Strategy and Marketing, Edison Research. “We are now seeing activities that were dominated by desktop usage in 2013, flip dramatically to become mobile behaviors. For millions of Americans, the smartphone has become ‘the first screen.’”
2014 marks the year when more Internet traffic was sent to and from mobile devices than from desktop computers. Understanding the trend toward mobile will only increase in the coming years, the Bowhunting Freedom website is built to be a responsive website meaning that it determines which kind of device the visitor is using (iPhone, iPad, Android, laptop, desktop, etc.) and then dynamically changes the display to accurately match their device and keep visitors on my website longer.
Add Your Episode to Your Own Website
I’ll provide you with hyperlinks to your episode so that you can share your recording with your own network and audience. I’ll also provide you with HTML code that will allow you to easily embed your episode on your own website where your visitors can play and replay your episode. Being my featured guest not only increases your exposure, it is also a great way to keep visitors engaged on your website by listening instead of reading.