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Frequently Asked Questions
I've interviewed hundreds of guests, each unique in what they have to offer the health and fitness community.
What is the topic of the podcast?
My goal is to bring practical strategies based on the knowledge and experience of people who are healthy and help others get healthy. With this in mind as the general goal, we can get as specific as you want with the topic.
Can I see the episode questions?
Yes, keep in mind that if we get on a tangent, we're going to just roll with it. I think it's important to have a script, but I don't want the episodes to get robotic. With that in mind, here are some general questions I might ask to get the conversation rolling:
Will there be a link so I can post on social media?
Yes, absolutely. We'll send you a link to your episode.
How long are the episodes?
From start to finish, the entire Zoom call will be 30 minutes. Each episode is usually between 15 and 25 minutes of "recorded time." Believe it or not, this goes quickly. Even if you think you don't have enough content to fill that time, we can make it work. If our conversation goes for longer than 20 minutes, I'll sometimes break the episode into two smaller episodes when I edit.
Can I promote my business on the Health in the Real World Podcast?
Absolutely!! You have two options:
OPTION 1. Every guest gets the chance to promote their website and programs at the end of the show.
There is no cost for this.
OPTION 2. If you want to showcase your business even more, you can choose to sponsor your episode. Sponsorship includes getting a banner at the bottom of the screen for the entire episode, plus a commercial at the BEGINNING of the episode.
There is a cost to sponsor the episode (see details below).
Is it free to be on the podcast?
Yes, it is free to appear on the show. You are under no obligation to purchase a sponsorship. If you are interested in sponsoring your episode, see the information at the bottom of the page.
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