Career Q&A Show: Guest Information

Being a guest host on our weekly Career Q&A show is a great opportunity for influencers, leaders, and industry experts who want to share their advice and insight with a large, targeted audience. Our Career Q&A Show is focused on helping our viewers resolve specific issues in their career. This show is not intended to be a promotional platform, but rather an informational one. We host our Career Q&A Show every Tuesday at 1pm EST LIVE on the CAREEREALISM.com homepage. Thousands of readers have access to both the live and recorded event.

See How It Works!

Here’s an example of a recent Career Q&A show:

Our Stats

Here’s a quick look at our stats:

Reader/Viewership

800K visitors/month 96,000+ daily RSS subscribers 3 live weekly career shows 4,500+ articles to date 1,700+ webshow subscribers

Social

Facebook - 40,290 likes Twitter - 59,662 followers Pinterest - 6,085 followers LinkedIn - 10,929 followers Google+ - 1,113 followers

Demographics

Majority of visitors are women Majority of visitors have some college Majority of visitors view site from work 40% are from U.S.

Social BONUS

J.T. O’Donnell, founder of CAREEREALISM, is a top LinkedIn Influencer with 400,000+ followers. She’d be happy to promote you to her loyal LinkedIn following, in addition to CAREEREALISM’s.

Be Our Guest!

All guests must book in advance. If you’re interested in being a guest on one of our Career Q&A shows, please e-mail Ariella Coombs at ariella@workitdaily.com. We’d love to learn more about you (or your client)!  

Web Show Format

We like to have fun with our web shows, and our easy format has worked very well for our guests in the past. Here’s what you should expect when appearing on a show:
  • Guests will discuss a previously written article with the host, JT O’Donnell, and answer questions live from our audience
  • Show is broadcasted live via Livestream using Google Hangouts
  • Show is recorded, posted on the site, and sent out to all sign ups

Requirements

We take pride in the high-quality of our web shows. We want you to look and sound your best! In order for the show to run smoothly, you’ll need the following items:
  • Direct Internet connection
  • HD Portable camera
  • Microphone
  • Earbuds
  • Sound check prior to live show

Production Tips

We want you to look and sound great during the show, so please take a look at our video production tips and instructions. Click here to download the PDF information packet now.

Be Our Guest!

All guests must book in advance. If you’re interested in being a guest on one of our Career Q&A shows, please e-mail Ariella Coombs at ariella@workitdaily.com. We’d love to learn more about you (or your client)!

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