Brand Messaging Podcast Wait What Really OK with Loren Weisman

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Brand Messaging Podcast Wait What Really OK with Brand Messaging Strategist Loren Weisman.

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Wait What Really OK is A methodical, comical and informational podcast sharing authentic brand messaging, optics approaches & strategies for honorable authority driven businesses.

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  1. About The Podcast
  2. About The Host
  3. The Trailer
  4. About the Music
  5. About the Ask
  6. Links
  7. Guest & sponsor info
  8. Guest Technical info
  9. How to be a guest

The Brand Messaging Podcast Wait What Really OK is Part Radio Show, Part Podcast, Part Strategy & Part Comic Relief that takes apart the misconceptions, misunderstandings and mistakes of online branding, messaging and optics by delivering up to date, easy to understand information that can be applied to your messaging, regardless of your business.

Wait What Really OK is A methodical, comical and informational podcast  sharing authentic brand messaging, optics approaches & strategies for honorable authority driven businesses.

Host, Loren Weisman is a Brand Messaging Strategist with a focus on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product for The Fish Stewarding Group.

podcast trailer

FYI, The lead in, lead outs and bumpers are licensed and compliant.
Music Credits: Opening Theme Song
“Fully Licensed Wait What Really Ok Theme Song” by RKVC.
Copyright 2016 eMbloh Music (ASCAP)/ Cienzo Music (BMI).
Administered by Ass Backwards Music (ASCAP)/Bass Ackwards Music (BMI).
Music Credits: Closing Theme Song
“News and Information Podcast Percussion Outro” by Doug Hinrichs.
Copyright 2016 Dig And Be Dug Music (BMI).
Administered by Bass Ackwards Music (BMI).

This Brand Messaging Podcast’s only ask.

I am not asking  and will never ask you to like, share, follow, download, comment or review Wait What Really OK…. Ever!

I ask that you try it and see if enjoy it.
I ask that if you do not like it, turn it off.
I ask that if you do enjoy it or find the information helpful, that I am not asking for anything else.
(If you want to like it, or share, or whatever,
that’s up to you, but I won’t ask it of you.)

If you want to send criticisms, corrections, or questions, by all means, feel free.

This show is for those that want to enjoy it, learn from it and choose to engage with it. I am not asking listeners to be marketers.

Just so you know.

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and other locations….
Where do you prefer to listen or find your podcasts?
I would like to know and if Wait What Really OK isn’t there,
I will see what I can do to get it there.

Brand Messaging Podcast Guests and Sponsors Info.

This is my core list when it comes to guests, sponsors.

I do like and am open to guests and sponsors, but I keep it authentic and it’s myshow, so I am picky. This is not a pay to play podcast either. And you do not have to be an expert or leader in your field, you just have to have the authenticity and authority that would make this a good conversation.  I will vet you. I will look you up. if it doesn’t line up, I will not have you as a guest.
I do not respond to guest requests that are spam and being sent to every show. I do not care how many followers you’ve had, how you have an Amazon best Seller, how you have a certain number of downloads for your podcasts or how many people you’ve spoken in front of or worked with. If that is your lead, I am not interested in having you on the show. 
I do like to create discussions, not infomercials. If you want to be on the show, it has to be a conversation that will impact the audience, not a sales pitch. If you are that much of an authority, then the listeners will look you up afterwards. Of course, I will add where people can find you, but no sales pitches or false marketing hype. 
I do not not accept any sponsors or product ads where I can not personally vouch for the product, service or business.
I do like spirited discussions. I have no problem with disagreements. My show is about sharing and engaging, not one upping. If you have a different view, I welcome it as long as it is authentic, not a sales pitch and delivered with respect.
I do not like insulting, every other word swearing and hype style guests that are closed minded, one sided and arrogant. Confidence is find, the cocky aspects are not.
I do like those that create conversations with the audience and are not trying to talk down to them. I prefer guests that differentiate clearly between opinion and fact. If it is a fact, share where it can be backed up by reputable sources. If it is an opinion, preface and or close with how it is your view and why.

This is a free flow, one take style show. I do not want to be told, “oh, edit that out” or can I retake that answer?” If we have a moment where we are going fully off the rails, I will stop recording and start again. But, the authenticity in mistakes and those little nuances make for greater connection over something that is too polished.

Again, I compress, do a quick check of base volumes and then upload it.

I am not expecting you to be in a perfect recording and sound proof room.

Please have no music or TV going on in the background (Seems obvious, but you would be surprised that it has had to be requested a few times)

If you are sick and can not make a solid minute with out coughing, let’s reschedule.

If you can mute yourself for the occasional cough, sneeze, bark or other noises, that would be wonderful.

Please turn off phones, close other windows on computers and try to make it so the only signal coming from you, is your voice.

Still interested in being a possible guest?

If you are still interested in becoming a guest, please send a personalized email sharing:
1. Why you would like to be on the show.
2, What you could bring to the conversation and how you could help or share something with the listeners that could be engaging.
(This does not include them having to hire you, follow you, download a book, a gift, a guide or some sales funnel.)
3. Why you think it would fit the Wait What Really OK format.
4.  Your bio, website information, social media links.

And, that’s all Folks!!!
And that is that for the basics around Wait What Really OK.
Thanks for letting me rant. My hope is that you enjoy the show, the guests and the vibe.text over graphics

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Brand Messaging Strategist Loren Weisman is a contributor for FSG Messaging and Optics. Loren focuses on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product. Loren is also the host of the brand messaging podcast; Wait What Really OK.
Fish Stewarding Group
& FSG Messaging and Optics
(Orlando Division)
207 West Plant Street
Winter Garden, Florida, 34777-0991
Ph: 001-407-614-7446
Loren Weisman Links:
Loren Weisman Website
Loren Weisman IMDb
Wait What Really OK IMDb
Instead Of That… Consider This! IMDb
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Loren Weisman is a brand messaging strategist with a focus on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product for The Fish Stewarding Group. FSG is stewarding strategic solutions by educating, developing and transitioning businesses through strategic guidance and process architecture.

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