Beginner Tips: How to Develop Your #VoiceOnStereo!
Talking on Stereo is a great way to have some fun, but it can also introduce you to new people and build yourself an audience following. With thousands of Stereo users all over the world, you have the opportunity to attract attention, broadcast your talents, and show the world why you have something meaningful to say! To get to the next level takes a little time and effort, so we’ve put together some quick and easy tips to get you going as a recognized #VoiceOnStereo.
Tip #1: Be Consistent. To build an audience, it’s important to host Stereos frequently and at a consistent date and time. Your listeners will begin to tune into your talk if you set a regular cadence.
Tip #2: Test Showtimes. Do an experiment and test which times and days of the week get you the most listeners. If your target audience is professionals, think about when they’d mostly likely join a show like yours...Is it during their commute? Something to unwind to at the end of the day? If your show is about basketball, when are fans most likely to be paying attention to sports content? Find what’s best and be intentional about when you go live.
Tip #3: Schedule Your Talks. If your audience doesn’t know when you’re talking, they won’t know when to catch you! A spontaneous Stereo can be a fun surprise for your most dedicated listeners, but when you’re first starting out, you’ll attract a greater audience if you give them advanced notice on the ole’ calendar.
Tip #4 Give It a Fun Title. Tell your audience what you’re talking about! One of the easiest ways to gain an engaged following is to make it easy for people interested in your topics to find your talk. Make your Stereo titles short, clever, and accurate to your discussion topics.
Tip #5: Don’t Forget Hashtags. Along with titles, #hashtags are a simple yet effective way to get people’s attention. Stereo users search by hashtag to find shows they are interested in, so by using hashtags, you’re making it easier for them to find your Stereos.
These are just a few foundational tips to help you get started on Stereo. If you have any questions or feedback about how to apply some of these tips, let us know , we’re here to help!