Is Blog Talk Radio right for you and your biz?

I was happy to be a guest on Denai Vaughn’s new show on Blog Talk Radio (Only3Degrees With the Networking Queen) yesterday to talk about my new book and help listeners to learn if hosting their own BTR show is a viable option for their business.

Denai, who is an inspiring ball of enthusiastic energy, asked a number of very interesting questions regarding a variety of key topics including; having guests versus flying solo, show format for those who are new to the medium, integration with other social media venues (re blogs), and of course attracting listeners.

It was a fast-paced and entertaining 30 minutes, and one I am sure you will enjoy.

To access the On-Demand version of the live broadcast, use the player below.

My new book “Your Show Will Go Live in 5 Seconds (Confessions of a Blog Talk Radio Host)” is now available in both eBook and paperback versions through the following link. (Note: the book will also be released through Amazon and Barnes and Noble later this month.)

Available in Paperback or eBook Version

Reviews:

“my staff and I are reading your book as I’m seriously contemplating having a show on blogtalkradio – you’ve been an inspiration!”

Marsha Friedman, CEO – EMSI, author of Celebritize Yourself & Co-Host of the nationally syndicated radio show The Family Roundtable

“I’ve done a ton of radio in my career as an executive coach, branding expert and author. Being on air with Jon Hansen is one of the most engaging, dynamic and enjoyable media experiences I’ve ever had!

To say you can learn about radio from Jon’s new book is a total understatement. What Jon can teach you about connecting with your audience is truly life-changing. Read it and share your message. But only after you’ve done your homework!”

Libby Gill, Executive Coach & Author of YOU UNSTUCK (and branding brain behind the Dr. Phil Show)

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