Are you almost ready to hire a podcast editor, but a little tentative on how to move forward? Maybe you have a vague idea about what you're looking for and what should be considered, but you want more clarity and confidence that you'll be making the right decision. Maybe you're feeling overwhelmed by the possibilities
If that's you, Hiring a Podcast Editor is the show for you.
We're not here to convince you that you need to hire a podcast editor. We're here to help you discover what things you need to consider about yourself and your show, as well as what you might want to look for in a prospective editor. This isn't a "one size fits all" formula. Instead, it's a framework to help you determine what's most important to you.
If that sounds interesting, follow Hiring a Podcast Editor in your favorite podcast app now! You won't regret it.
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If you want to make a good decision when hiring a podcast editor, you need to have a good handle on what you want and need. Listen to discover how to determine HOW you will decide.
What Will You Focus On Once You Have a Podcast Editor?
Many people forget how important it is to be clear on what comes next when they hire a podcast editor. Listen to avoid that pitfall.