Welcome to Famous in Your Field! Here’s your free weekly tip to boost your fame factor. (Be sure to sign up in the box on the right to get on the VIP list for free tips and training, delivered straight to your inbox.)

Famous in your field tip: add these items to get more from your interviews, podcasts and webinars.

You’ve been burning up the virtual air waves, spreading your message and information. How do you take that thirty minute spot and multiply it so that hundreds or thousands more can learn from you?

Sure, most people will post a link to the interview or webinar on their website, but that’s about it. Sad, when there’s so much more you can do!

Here’s how to add some jet fuel to really make that publicity opp take off.

1. Write a blog post or entry on your website about it. (Maybe add it to your As Seen In page?)

Include a short description (3 to 5 sentences) that mentions the media outlet, the topic and overview of what you delivered in the interview, podcast or webinar.

2. Create a graphic quote from you related to the topic.

Use PicMonkey, Canva or Pixler to whip up a couple of these.

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Famous in Your Field tip: create your own visual quotes

3. Offer resources for more information on the topic.

  • Links to tools you mentioned in the interview
  • Related blog posts or articles
  • Books or websites

4. Create a list of takeaways or bullets covered during the interview.

What questions will be answered by listening to the interview or watching the webinar? Make ’em juicy!

5. A link to watch or listen to the interview, with a snappy visual.

Don’t skip out on your chance to make an impact; use an image with your link.

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6. Twitter tweets, wrapped up and ready to go. 

Write one or two of the key insights or takeaways from your webinar/interview/podcast as ready-made tweets, so that all the reader has to do is click.

A tool like Click to Tweet makes it super easy.

7. A call to action. 

Below your image with the link to watch your webinar interview or listen to your podcast, let people know what to you want them to do next:

  • Download a PDF?
  • Buy a book?
  • Visit your website to sign up for a free consultation?

Spell it out, loud and proud.

Your fame boosting assignment:

Open the virtual vault – do you have any interviews, webinars or podcasts that you could spark up with a little PR jet fuel? Find one and add these 7 items to make it take off.


  1. Nancy Tierney on December 16, 2013 at 4:27 pm

    Incredible tips! I’m bookmarking this baby so I can turn my 15 seconds of fame into something much more. Thank you!

  2. Kathleen Watson on December 18, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    Lori, this is GREAT information. You not only recommend what to do, you give us tools for doing it. You so get my Hero Of The Day Award for this post!

  3. laura on December 19, 2013 at 8:27 am

    I love this step x step approach. I love picmonkey to create graphics will have to look at Canva as I’ve never heard of that!

  4. Michelle Barry Franco on December 19, 2013 at 5:14 pm

    Yes – this is exactly what I need! Love this idea of creating a visual to share. Since I just did my first interview of someone else to share with my community, I can see how I can use these tips to also make the things I create to spread news of this interview more compelling as well. Hmmm… makes me think, would it be good to have a general style for visuals that I create about others that I interview and then a different style to indicate when the image is related to an interview of me that I am sharing? Thoughts?

  5. Tricia on December 19, 2013 at 11:40 pm

    This is great! Thank you so much! I am launching my podcast in January and will apply all your strategies! So glad I read this post!

  6. Lilia Lee on December 20, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Thanks for all the tips. Wonderful learning experiences for me.

  7. Kelley Grimes on December 23, 2013 at 3:20 am

    Thank you so much for these great ideas. I really appreciate the reminder for the call to action below the image.

  8. Cena Block from SaneSpaces.com on December 24, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    You friggin rock.. OMG – I’m so excited that you just gave me more ideas for my radio shows! xoxo

  9. Alyssa Johnson on December 27, 2013 at 8:11 am

    You always deliver the best ideas! I love reading your blog. It’s on my “must read” list every week! Thanks so much!

  10. BizSugar.com on February 6, 2014 at 9:16 pm

    7 quickies to get more from interviews, webinars and podcasts…

    You’ve been burning up the virtual air waves, spreading your message and information. How do you take that thirty minute spot and multiply it so that hundreds or thousands more can learn from you? Sure, most people will post a link to the interview or …

  11. Geri Richmond on February 9, 2014 at 4:18 pm

    Hi Lori,

    Thank you for the great tips. As of yet, I have not done a Podcast. I’m still learning about them and trying to get out a new product at the same time. It’s a lot to get done!

    I’m going to bookmark this page and refer back to it when I am finally ready to do my Podcast.

    Thanks again for the great tips. 🙂


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