Ok. I’m so freaking excited that you’ve agreed to jump in and be a guest on the Crappy Christian podcast.
Pretty much everything you need to know is on this page. When your interview date gets closer, I’ll be sending over an email with some structural questions and topics for our conversation to give you a chance to prep for it. In the meantime, if you have any thoughts or questions, please shoot me a DM on instagram (honestly, the fastest way to get to me) or an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. Whatcha Wanna Talk About?
A lot of the time I come to the table with what I think would be a good fit for my show, but I also just really like to talk about whatever you’re getting hype about lately. In the intake form when you book there’s a spot for you to tell me what you want to talk about, use it!
Tell me what’s on your heart and what you feel most equipped to share your wisdom on. If you need to think about it, that’s totally okay - just shoot it to me in an email - email@example.com
2. Book Your Interview / Give Us the Deets
All you have to do is click this button and it will take you directly to my scheduler where you can pick the date and time that’s most convenient for you. If you don’t see something that works, let me know. I’m relatively flexible. When you book, you’ll also give me all the info for us to market your episode when it airs.
3. How Does This Work?
I record via Skype. I’ve found it’s the easiest for you to work with and it’s the highest quality audio - win/win. If you don’t have a Skype account, it’s super easy to get set up with, legit just go to www.skype.com & sign up. If you can, for our interview try to be in a quiet place that you won’t be interrupted & use headphones.
I’ll call you at our scheduled time (I usually like to use the video option just because it makes it feel more IRL) and we’ll chat for a couple of minutes just to get comfortable and run through some recording tips. Then we’ll get started! The interview usually takes about 30-45 minutes, and while I will send over questions, I also like to just let the conversation do it’s thing.