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In the ever changing world of search engine optimization (SEO), it’s hard to define exactly what Google considers best practice.  There is no magical formula, so it’s important to focus on what we do know. Content marketing/blogging is an essential part of helping any website to rank higher. Blogging can help in many different ways.  Here we look at how having a blog and keeping it up to date can affect search engine rankings.


Word association

Google knows what’s on your website from automated bots that are sent to crawl your website. They will pick up on the frequency of words used and assume that’s what your site is all about. So if you sell oak furniture through your website and it’s frequently mentioned, Google will assume your website is about oak and/or furniture.

This means the words you use and how you use them on your website matters a lot. Usually, blog and news sections will have the most content. The more pages you have about your key products and services, the more likely you are to rank in search results.

Behind the scenes

There’s a lot more to SEO than just words. The placement of content and proper backend SEO efforts for each blog is an essential part of the process.


To give your website a better chance of ranking higher on Google, meta titles, meta descriptions and image alt text needs to be optimised with keywords for Google to find.


Show you’re open for business

If you walk past a dark uninviting shop, you would assume it’s gone out of business. This is the same for websites. If Google bots crawl your website and never find any new content, they will assume you’re out of business. So make sure you’re updating your blog or news section regularly to ensure Google finds something new each time your website is crawled.


What to blog about?

It can be hard to think about different topics to fill your blog with each month. Here are a few ideas to keep the blog posts flowing:-


  • Product reviews and testimonials: They are a great way of creating relevant content.  Ask your customers for product and service feedback to create great news stories.
  • Industry news and events: Sharing information about relevant industry news will show that your business is passionate about the industry it’s in.
  • Company news: Share information about your awards and achievements, charity events and new staff to show that your company is doing well.  This will help to raise staff morale too.


So for any business thinking about starting a blog on their site, we hope our blog has helped to highlight the importance of content marketing to get your website found. If you would like to know more about content marketing and SEO please get in touch.



If you think about a brick-and-mortar high street there are a variety of different shops all in the same place, making it easy for customers to browse the aisles of many different stores at their leisure.

The internet is the modern day digital high street, and your website is your storefront. Having a website today is as important as having a shop or a phone number, in fact, your customers expect you to have one and it needs to look good on a mobile device too. Research suggests that a staggering 1.98 million SMEs do not even have a website, so if you do have one, you already have a competitive advantage over almost 2 million SMEs! But, there’s work to be done to make your website worth the investment.

5 ways to make your website work for you

  1. Be found. Having a website means customers can always find you. When it’s time to shut shop, your company information is still accessible and customers can browse your products or services in the comfort of their own home. SEO Management is crucial to ensure sure your website is found on search engines. Target your local area to direct customers to your shop, or make use of online forms to gather customer information.
  2. Credibility. It is expected that a reputable company will have a website and email address, and potential customers expect any website to be up to date with correct information. This includes modern design and interesting content. Website management can be a daunting task, but its so important because maintaining and updating your website can help to boost search engine rankings as well as credibility.
  3. Consumer insights. Analytics tools can tell you how well your website is performing, how many people visit your site, how they found you and how long they spent browsing as well as many more fascinating insights. Analytical information can help you to understand where to focus your marketing efforts, like Google AdWords, which can drive more relevant traffic to your website through advertising.
  4. Customer service. Websites provide an easier way to handle customer service. You can offer answers to frequently asked questions in a FAQ section, which can help to reduce customer service costs and save time and money whilst providing detailed and instant information for customers.
  5. Invite reviews. Persuading customers to review your brand and products or services can entice other potential customers to make a purchase. A customer might be interested in a product but hesitant to buy if there is no product review. Customer reviews can provide the “social proof” needed to validate their initial interest and make the decision to purchase because they can see how other shoppers reacted to the product. Research from Moz shows that customer reviews also increase the ranking of your website.

There are many other ways to drive traffic to your website, including social media, blogging and SEO, to name a few. But the main point we want to make is to not just create a website and leave it.  Your website requires constant improvement and optimisation to make sure you’re generating a return on investment from your site.




Why is Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) important?

For both large and small businesses, SEO is as important as ever in today’s competitive market. Each day search engines serve millions of users looking for answers to their questions or for solutions to their problems. So if you have a website, online shop, blog or podcast, SEO can help your business grow.

What is SEO?

SEO is a set of rules that, if followed correctly will optimise your website or blog to improve search engine rankings. SEO techniques can also improve website readability, usability and navigation.

Why is SEO essential?

  • People are more likely to click on one of the top 5 suggestions in the results pages.  Good SEO will allow you to take advantage of this and gain visitors to your website.
  • As well as great page results, good SEO practices improve the user experience and usability of a website.
  • Users tend to trust the websites in the top 5 positions more than others, so higher rankings will increase the website’s trustworthiness.
  • SEO is important for the smooth running of a big website. It can act as a content checklist to make sure the website is written consistently.
  • Put yourself ahead of the competition with an optimised website that is more likely to have more visitors and generate sales.

SEO Strategy

SEO gives surprisingly effective results in a short period of time if done right. Often, SEO strategy is used to generate traffic to websites but there are also other applications of SEO like branding, marketing and website influence. SEO has proven to be an effective tool in achieving a number of important marketing objectives.

Developing a good SEO strategy takes targeted competitive insight and thorough planning. Realistic objectives and goals for what you hope to achieve from SEO work on your website will help you to stay on track and on budget for what your business needs.

You don’t have to stick to just one objective, set as many as you like. For example, you may want to increase visits to your blog or generate more leads via online contact forms. Whatever you want to achieve, once your objectives are established and you’ve implemented your SEO strategy it’s crucial to monitor results. Remember, SEO is a marketing function and it needs to be treated like one.

If you have any questions or would like to chat about your SEO strategy, please get in touch.



For many companies, Social Media is a huge part of their digital marketing strategy and so it should be.  Popular social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat have become marketing giants in their own right and if used correctly, can add value to your business. So when you’re thinking about how to include social media in your digital marketing strategy, follow our simple social media guidance – do’s and don’ts.

Do Interact

Social Media Interaction

Once you have decided on the platforms that are right for your business, use them to interact with your customers. Facebook and Twitter are excellent platforms for customer interaction. Businesses need to find the right balance of self-promotion and interesting content. If you bombard your audience with too much self-promotion they will become disinterested, instead, try to engage with your audience. Ask questions, start polls, post interesting blogs, reply to relevant posts and never ignore your customers. If you have been asked a question, or someone has made a comment or mentioned your brand – respond in an honest and positive way.  If for example, you have received a negative review, you may be tempted to bash out a quick, clever response, but please wait and think about what you’d like to say and how you will appear to other customers. ReviewTrackers blog has some great examples of businesses that have responded brilliantly and professionally to negative customer feedback.

Don’t just stick to one platform

You may think that managing just one social media platform is enough work, but each social media network is different with separate ways of promoting your content, and different users. If you’re unsure about what will work for your brand, have a look at Sprout Social Social Media Demographics to help you decide. Sprout Social along with many other platforms will help you to easily manage your company’s social media sites all at once, enabling you to post on multiple social media networks in one go and view performance analytics.  

Do use visual content

Use images on social mediaTreat your customer’s eyes to stimulating images and video that complement your content. Customers are more likely to connect with a company if imagery is used to grab their attention. Smartphones have made uploading images and videos so easy and effective, which is great if your business is very visual and you have lots to take pictures of. But if your service is intangible and you don’t have any products to snap, there are many sites where you can purchase stock imagery, like istock or Adobe stock images. If you’re not convinced, have a look at Hub Spots blog on Visual Content Marketing Statistics.

Don’t just let anyone represent you

It may be tempting to think that getting everyone on board to share your brand messages is a great strategy to improve reach and brand interaction. But by doing this you will be giving up control of your brand; it’s very important that the voice of your social media strategy represents who you are and what you believe in as a company. Remember, the personal views of your staff may not represent the company values. They may post pictures of wild nights out, or share political views or negative views of your business.

Always remember why you’re using social media in the first place

Set goals to manage your strategy effectively and monitor results. You may find that your goals will change over time when you begin to notice what is and isn’t working for you. If you’re struggling to define your social media goals, think about what you want to achieve, do you want to:

  • Drive traffic to your website? Using social media effectively can help to achieve this by including links back to your site and helping to increase SEO rankings.

  • Increase Customer Engagement? Ensure your brand is at the forefront of your customer’s mind on social media, this will help you to encourage sales and influence purchasing decisions.

  • Improve brand awareness? Set goals that will help you to build your build brand identity so you stand out from your competitors.

If your business requires social media guidance, we can help to implement it into your digital marketing strategy, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do to get you effective results.



Advertising on Facebook – is it just money down the drain? Only if you’re not doing it right!

So many businesses invest money week after week into advertising on Facebook that just don’t work. When they don’t see the results they want, they might either give up completely or pump even more money into ineffective campaigns; we can’t decide which is worse.

The best option is to invest your money in Facebook Ads that actually inspire action. This can be easier said than done unless you take the time to understand how to create an effective advertising campaign.

Fortunately, our expert team understand exactly how to do it and we’re happy to share some of our top tips. However, if you’d prefer to focus on the part of your business you enjoy then why not leave your social media management to us?

Where to start

The first thing to do is decide what you want to achieve from advertising on Facebook. Do you want to raise brand awareness, build a following, drive traffic to your site, generate enquiries or sell directly from your Facebook page? If you don’t have an objective for each ad then how will you know if your ad has been successful?

Target audience

You need to identify your target audience. Who do you want to attract? Who is your ideal customer? The more specific you can be the easier it is to target your ad. Facebook allows you to be very selective as to who sees your ad so it’s worth spending time thinking about who you want to reach.

Keywords and hashtags

We cannot stress enough the importance of researching keywords for any SEO, PPC or online advertising campaign. Just picking a keyword that you think is good is not effective. Is that keyword actually something people are searching and how high is the competition? The same applies to hashtags. There is no point using a hashtag that nobody is searching as it’s a wasted opportunity. Thorough research will improve the success of your ads.

The copy

What you write is important. Your copy should grab a reader’s attention, keep their interest and inspire them to take action. Strong headlines, emotive words and persuasive language will get you more clicks. Don’t ruin your ad with dull, boring copy.

Images and video

Facebook Ads that use images and videos get far more clicks than those without. There has been a lot of research into which formats work best for different campaign objectives; Facebook themselves have even conducted their own tests. It’s important to choose the format best suited to your goal.

Call to action

Deciding what action you want the audience to take is one thing but getting them to take it is quite another. Making sure you have an effective call to action is one of the most important aspects of any ad. Developing an effective sales funnel is vital.

Understanding analytics

If you set a target then you need a way of measuring the result. Being able to interpret data is the best way to understand what works and what doesn’t. Getting lots of Facebook likes but no clicks through to your website is not a good result if your objective is more traffic. Obtaining hundreds of video views but not generating one enquiry is pointless if your goal is getting more leads.


You won’t get results instantly. It takes time to build trust with your customers. Sometimes a Facebook user will engage with your brand a number of times before they convert into a customer. This is why it is important to build long term strategies with effective sales funnels. Measuring results and revising your ad campaigns is all part of the process.

Work with an expert

Facebook has over two billion users worldwide so it should not be ignored. Advertising on Facebook is an excellent tool but only when it is done right. Don’t waste your money on ineffective ad campaigns. Work with experts who understand how to create ads that get effective results.

At Effective Internet, we understand how to get the most from your investment. We specialise in SEO, AdWords and social media management. We research thoroughly, build a strategy and create effective Facebook ads. Our objective is to get you results that mean money; leads, enquiries, sales.

LikeIf you’d like to find out more about how we can help you get the results you want, contact us today.



We’ve come across too many companies that have tried to “do SEO” by stuffing their website full of keywords and adding their URL to every directory they can find. What’s worse is that some companies have even paid for someone else to do this for them. If you need SEO help, you’ve come to the right place.

It’s true that utilising keywords and building quality inbound links does help with SEO but there’s far more to it than just these two things. 

Technical Issues

You need to start with your website itself. The technology may be limiting. You may have software that is preventing a Googlebot from crawling your site which will result in pages not being indexed correctly. Pages that are not optimised for mobile will also have problems getting ranked as Google favours mobile-friendly sites.

Meta Data, Rich Snippets, Schema Markup & Structured Data

Your ability to make changes will depend on how your website has been built. Most new websites give you the ability to edit your Meta data but if you don’t understand how to optimise these things then it’s better to leave it to an expert.

Internal Links

Linking your pages with anchor text helps Google with indexing your site but it is also good for readers. It makes your site easier to navigate and directs them to the information they want. The longer visitors spend on your site the better it is for SEO.

Unique Content

Original content such as blog posts, videos, podcasts and images all help with SEO. Google likes sites that regularly add new content as it shows they are active as well as relevant. New content also brings visitors back to your site. It’s great for sharing so it improves your social media presence and it can help you earn backlinks from other sites naturally.

Google Products

Getting listed on Google Maps and signing up to Google my Business improves local SEO. Google+ is effective as you can you get clients to leave reviews. Paid products such as Google AdWords and Google AdSense are also very useful if used correctly.


Understanding Google Analytics is important. Where is your traffic coming from? How long are people staying on your site? Which pages have the highest bounce rate? Being able to interpret this data can help you focus your SEO efforts more effectively.

Landing Pages

Creating quality landing pages and optimising them for specific search terms will help you get found for specific services. They are a very effective tool for improving SEO but they need to be correctly optimised.  


Google likes sites where customers can leave reviews. Reviews are unique content and are useful for visitors. Anyone leaving a review will probably be using similar language to those searching for your site so they can also be good for containing long-tailed keywords.

Back to keywords and backlinks

Keywords and backlinks are important for SEO but using them wrong can be detrimental. Google doesn’t take kindly to people trying to cheat the system. Keywords should be used carefully and backlinks should be from quality sites.


Keyword stuffing is counterproductive. Google is very clever and can tell straight away what you’re trying to do. Aside from this, copy stuffed full of keywords sounds unnatural and will put readers off. Losing the reader means losing the sale.

You should research keywords thoroughly and use them throughout your copy, image tags, title tags, Meta descriptions and landing pages. That doesn’t mean sticking your keywords in every place you can; it means using them effectively. SEO experts know how to do this the right way.


Backlinks from porn sites, spam sites, link farms and questionable directories are damaging. Google does not reward sites that build links in this way and in many cases, they penalise sites that do.

Having great content on your site can help you earn quality backlinks naturally. Guest blogging can help too if done right. There are other ways to do link building effectively but it involves research and patience. Unless you have time to dedicate to this you should really leave it to an SEO expert.

Why work with an SEO company

Google constantly changes algorithms, policies and software. There are always advancements in technology, SEO developments and changes in the way websites work. Keeping up to date with SEO news and then utilising that knowledge is a full-time job.

Outsourcing SEO help to a reputable company like Effective Internet can save you time and make you money. We understand how to bring the right visitors to your site and how to convert them.

We appreciate that many businesses are cautious when it comes to spending money on SEO. If you work with us, we use plain English to explain exactly what we are doing. Plus, we measure success in terms that are easy to understand; increased leads, increased enquiries and increased sales. You’ll be able to see the results for yourself.

If you’d like an SEO strategy that actually gets results then arrange a no-obligation discussion with one of our experts. We only work with one client per industry so you’ll never experience a conflict of interest. If you want your website to work for you, then work with us. Contact us now to find out more.



Producing engaging digital content can potentially attract new clients and heighten a company’s credibility. But how can you format your online content so it will maximise the amount of people that read and share it? In other words, how can you make your digital content go viral?

To produce a format for digital content to go viral, it is essential to understand the reasons why people share content in the first place.

Research conducted by The New York Times found that some of the principle reasons for sharing content were primarily for self-fulfilment, people found it made them feel more involved in the world.

The study also found that it helped people to stay connected with others and it allowed them to share content about causes that they have an affinity for. It is also widely regarded that people also share content to warn others of potential danger and to share helpful tips and advice.

The potential if your content goes viral

Digital Marketing Institute, highlighted the enormous success of a post named – ‘21 things you know only if you have been friends for 10 years’. The post was shared an astounding 1.6 million times, with Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest being the main avenues people shared it on.

The success of the article’s viral status is attributed to the writer following some of the principle formats that are known to engage people’s interest.

Leading UK content marketers, Effective-Group, examine some of the methods used to help your digital content go viral.

Top tips for making your digital content go viral

LISTS: This was the method used in the afore-mentioned article. It is one of the simplest ways for viewers to consume written content. By creating your content in the format of ‘The best 3 ways’ or ‘The top 10 tips’ you will be following a tried and trusted method that is regarded that gets most shares.

Challenge established thinking: This form of digital content is also renowned for gaining the public’s interest. Challenging the norm can provide you with a very eye-catching title that will compel people to read further.

Entrepreneur and small business expert – Carol Roth – states that she received: “A lot of click-through and social sharing” for her article titled ‘Why smart people make bad entrepreneurs’. It is certainly, a thought provoking headline that grabs attention.

Myth Busting: This is a compelling method to attract a following and is also proven to be extremely shareable. However, with this method it is imperative that you deliver what you promise, otherwise the article will fail. Consider the title you would like to run with, but be cautious that your article will need to dispel a belief. If you can link your myth busting article with the list format mentioned previously, then all the better.

Head to head: Part of the make-up of the human psyche is our interest in competition. As such, comparing different groups is a great way of creating interest. Therefore, by creating a post with a competitive angle such as – cats v dogs, SME’s v national corporations – you will be creating an article that caters for that level of the human psyche.

For instance, your title could read – ‘Why there should be more women than men in every boardroom’ – Thus bringing a sense of rivalry to your article.

Humour: People love to laugh and we tend to like people who can make us laugh. It is also a reason why people love to share funny content online and is one of the main reasons that articles go viral.

It is reported that Andy Borowitz’ article for The New Yorker, titled – ‘Earth endangered by new strain of fact-resistant humans’ got an astonishing 1.5 million shares. Of course, it is easy to offend people, so even if your article is meant to be a light-hearted jibe, it is advisable to show caution when using this format.

Forums: A great way to reach a large audience quickly is to post a snippet of your title on forums or groups that are related to the topic that you are writing about. Always be sure to include your name, your website and the blog URL so that it links to where the article is located.

For the best advice on how you can make your digital content go viral, contact the experts at Effective-Group. Our friendly team have great experience in helping firms attract extra custom through digital marketing.



Is Podcasting the new blogging? Blogging has long been established as being an integral part of most businesses’ digital marketing strategy. However, despite being around since the start of the millennium, podcasting’s popularity is on the rise and many organisations are now accepting that podcasting is becoming the new blogging.

Naturally, the popularity of blogging means that it is set to remain at the forefront of any digital marketing strategy. However, businesses worldwide are putting extra resources into developing their podcast to attract extra business opportunities.

Writing for New York Magazine – Kevin Roose, has noticed the surge in podcasts popularity, he states:

“What’s happening? And why now? The word podcast is roughly ten years old, after all, and the “pod” to which it refers has been discontinued. Still, the genre seems more alive than ever. I spoke to the people behind several popular shows, and they agreed: We’re in a golden age of podcasting.”

Why the upsurge in podcast popularity?

Podcasts resurgence has largely been attributed to the fact that consumers enjoy being able to listen to it – ‘on the go’. Indeed, it can be very engaging to listen to, whilst attacking the household chores or used as a motivating factor when used doing a workout at the gym.

However, it is reported that the future of podcasting, and the principle reason for its rise in recent years, has mostly been due to consumers enjoying listening to shows whilst driving. Statistics show that an estimated 44% of radio listening is done whilst driving. It has also been stated that by the year 2025 – 100% of cars will have internet connectivity of some kind. Therefore, it is easy to see the potential for the podcast market here.

In his interview for Forbes, respected podcaster – Jordan Harbringer – confirms where he sees the future for Podcasting: “When that happens and there are podcasts in everybody’s car, it’s not podcasts anymore, it’s just the Radio”

Podcasting the new blogging

A less crowded market: Currently, there are a lot fewer podcasts available than blog articles. Blogging can be easier to get your digital strategy started, however it can be incredibly difficult to get your article noticed online due to the many that already exist.

Although building a following for your podcast may take time and perseverance, for every topic of discussion imaginable, there are almost certainly less podcasts available than blog articles. Therefore, by producing an engaging and well-researched show, you are entering a niche market that is less saturated.

Listen on the go: In relation to blogging, readers must provide their undivided attention. It’s hard to read whilst doing a workout at the gym and practically impossible to complete any household chores whilst reading.

As afore-mentioned in this article, this is where podcasting has a huge advantage over blogging as it fits into today’s busy lifestyle.

Reachability through smartphones: Another great benefit of podcasting is that you can engage with people at any time.  We have already discussed how podcasts renaissance was largely attributed to its ease of use for people when ‘on the go’.  Almost everyone has a smartphone these days and the numbers of users is only set to increase.

Smartphone technology allows people to listen to their favourite shows almost anywhere, whereas reading a blog through a smartphone can be more awkward, especially if you are walking somewhere at the time.

Podcast directories: Podcast directories – such as iTunes, have very user-friendly interfaces that make it very easy to find the content that you are looking for. Therefore, there is an excellent chance that people who have never seen your blog, will still discover your podcast.

Audio versus text: Audio is an excellent way for a listener to gauge the mood and emotion of a presenter. Although writers are certainly highly adept at conveying emotion through the written word, listening to a host or presenter via podcast or radio, helps to gain a bond of trust and aides in identify with them through their voice.

It can also help create extra excitement and urgency, this can be especially advantageous if you are trying to market a product. An advertisement in written form seldom captures the passion and excitement that can be generated by a podcast hosts voice when promoting their product or service.

To gain the best advice on how podcast marketing can benefit your business, contact the expert Effective FM team. We have many years of success helping businesses attract new customers through podcasting.



What’s guesting and how it can help build your podcast audience

The podcast renaissance of recent years has seen an increase in businesses using this niche market to attract new customers. However, building an audience can be challenging and it can be hugely disheartening when the hard work put into creating a podcast doesn’t gain the desired following. So, have you ever considered how being a guest on someone else’s show can greatly enhance your own podcast’s popularity?


Guesting is a great way of using your field of expertise to attract new audiences to another host’s podcast. What’s in it for me I hear you ask? Well, once you have awed the listeners with your insightful and engaging interview, that very same audience that you have just captivated will likely search your name via the internet and share the results with their friends. This will inevitably result in an extra flow of visitors to your website and a new audience to your podcast.

Each host will probably have a preferred format to air their show. Therefore, before you consider guesting, it is imperative to become familiar with the differing broadcast presentations that are used. Some of the most popular formats are:

Host interview: This method is where the host is responsible for the entire production and delivery of the show and invites guest speakers onto the show to interview.

Pre-recorded episode: This is where an episode is pre-recorded and then edited. The finished broadcast is then attached to the host’s RSS feed.

Pre-recorded clip: this format is where a clip is pre-recorded and is aired during the host’s podcast.

How can Guesting benefit your business?

Entrepreneur – Richard Norton, has maximised the potential of guesting and his success is highlighted in a Forbes’ article, stating:

About 80% or more of my current leads for business comes from people who’ve heard me on a podcast”

“The real revelation that podcast ‘guesting’ is the ultimate PR came when I had a month that produced approximately $300K in bookings, and when I looked back to analyse my progress, I realized that almost all of the new business I’d closed came from podcasts

“I have people reaching out pretty much daily about the various offers I’ve made on hundreds of podcasts over the last several years.”

Top tips for successful Guesting

Select appropriate podcasts: To build your audience through guesting, it is essential that you select relevant shows to guest on. Therefore, consider your existing audience and the type of audience you are looking to attract. After you have established the profile of your ideal listener, search for podcasts that have the similar audience to the one that you are searching for.

An easy way to start is to do an online search using keywords for the industry you work in. Searching podcast directories such as iTunes is essential. iTunes has an estimated 250,000 podcasts, so you’re almost guaranteed to find suitable podcasts that cater for your field of expertise.

Effective Research: Before offering your services to a host, it is imperative that you are well prepared and well researched. It is advisable to listen to a few shows that your prospective host has already aired. Not only will this allow you to establish whether-or-not the show is suitable for you, it will also show the host that you have taken an interest in what they provide. This will help you to form a good first impression and help form an ongoing relationship, should your pitch be successful.

Also, be sure to establish the audience size that the show is currently attracting before proposing your services to them. Many podcasts have a modest following and therefore may not warrant your hard-work and time.

Add value: A host is unlikely to be impressed if you use their show to simply promote your own company and the services that you offer. It is imperative that you add value to the show by providing the insight that the host has acquired your services for.

To help build an ongoing relationship with the host, it is courteous to end the show with thanks to the host for inviting you onto to the show and express the enjoyment you have had.

Stay connected: After you have delivered your top-class broadcast and impressed your host, it is advised that you try to establish an ongoing relationship. For future networking purposes, this will be mutually beneficial to both parties as it will lead to introductions to new clients, other podcasting hosts and many other fruitful engagements.

Be sure to give the host a good rating on podcast directories, and offer to help them in any way possible. Invite them to speak as a guest on your podcast or introduce them to other potential guests. The greater the bond you can establish, the greater the future opportunities will be.

If you need the best advice on how guesting can benefit your business, contact the podcasting professionals at Effective FM.  Our expertise will help you to maximise your podcast potential and advise you how to get the most out of guesting.