The interview I discussed a few weeks ago is now online. If you click on this link
http://thervshowusa.com/featured/rv-sho … 17-hour-1/
and then scroll down and click on "download podcast here", a screen will come up that will allow you to listen to the interview.
If you have any problems, let me know. I don't know how long this will be on their website, so it might be a good idea to listen to it within the next week just in case.
I am the second person, so you can simply use the blue dot on the slider to move to that spot, which is approximately at the beginning.
I couldn't find it in the link you gave - that went to a show in January. I found it here:
http://thervshowusa.com/featured/rv-sho … 17-hour-1/
And you are just over 20 minutes in. Listening now
Loved the interview. Next step will be TV or even some YouTube interviews which you can place on your Hubs and earn money from them. I love how this writing lark allows one to evolve as the years pass by. Terrific job and I look forward to listening to the next interview. Very well done.
Thanks. I was able to download the link to my computer and then transfer it to a flash drive so I could save it. Didn't know you could do this!
I didn't realize until I listened to it that the first part was to somebody else's interview because the night they did the show they said I would be first, which I was.
I felt that many of the questions he asked required much longer answers than what I was able to give, but I did my best.
I doubt much more will come of this, but it was fun to do. I'd really like to do a show where people call in with questions about a specific topic. I think it would be much more beneficial to listeners.
I will say that when he described me, I felt like I was 100 years old!
Anyhow, thanks for listening, and I'm glad you enjoyed it. If they decide to ask again, I'll let you know.
I think you might be surprised as to what could come of this. Everyone loves an expert in something and you could be asked to do more radio interviews or even be part of the RV program. More writing opportunities I am sure could come from this. I know I had one of my tutorials published in a German magazine just because it was seen on HubPages. I earned a nice fee from it. You very generously gave HubPages a good plug. It seems to me that even they have gained from this exposure.
Well done, a neat interview - all part of the RV journey!! Big congrats on that one. Any other media exposure opportunities planned?
You will write a hub about this experience, won't you? It was lovely to hear your voice. I hope your hubs get lots of lovely extra traffic because of it.
I just listened to the interview! Excellent TIMETRAVELER2! I enjoyed hearing about your experiences and expertise. So good to put a voice with a name and avatar. Congratulations.
I just finished listening to your interview Sondra and I enjoyed it tremendously. It was a pleasure to get to know you better as you discussed your history of RVing. I got a kick out of the way you referred to your hubs as "articles" several times in a effort to correct the interviewers incorrect way of calling them "blogs." I was wondering if you would correct him, but the way you did it was much better and kinder. You came across really well and you must be proud of that achievement.
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