How to Build Trust with Podcast Listeners
PRESS RELEASE —
Victoria BC, Canada—Podcasters lose listeners because they cannot establish trust with their audience. So how do podcasters make an emotional connection to their audience? It’s done through the power of the natural voice.
Mary Chan announces the launch of her second podcast The Podcaster’s Guide to a Visible Voice, with the first episode released on July 20th, 2020. This is a podcast for podcasters who want to:
- Use their voice more effectively to convey their message clearly.
- Be more confident to share their authentic voice to build trust with their listeners.
- Apply voice techniques by learning from bite-sized episodes.
“There are so many subconscious messages a listener hears from the way you use your voice. Do they sound confident, lack credibility, or sound professional? If you remove that subconscious bias, a listener will hear your message more clearly and be more engaged because you’ve established that trust through the tone of your voice.”
Mary is a Podcast Strategist, Voice Coach, and Voice-Over Artist who believes in empowering women to find their voice. During her 20 year career in radio, she produced a vast array of commercials for local and national clients, and coached radio announcers and small business owners on how to read a script and bring it alive off the page. In 2018, Mary founded Organized Sound Productions, a podcast production and consulting company, and specializes in empowering women to create growth and awareness by telling their stories through the power of podcasting. Find out how you can amplify your voice by visiting www.organizedsound.ca and subscribe to the podcast on your favourite podcast listening app.
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|The Podcaster's Guide to a Visible Voice|
By Mary Chan