A podcast producer or editor is a really nice thing to have.
Editing a podcast episode, writing the assets for it, getting is scheduled, making sure it’s promoted, managing guests, developing the show over time, improving your audio setup – it’s all a lot of work and having help from experts can take a lot of the burden off.
But hiring a third party service provider can be such a THING. Especially if you’re not overly familiar with the area you’re hiring, and maybe aren’t sure how to make the judgment between a great provider and a poor one – or picking a great one whose services just don’t end up aligning with what you need.
The 8 Questions:
- What does a successful podcast look like for your company?
- Is there any kind of coaching, feedback or stratgic support?
- What is your turnaround from raw audio to finished episode?
- What assets to you provide with each episode?
- (If you’re starting a new show) What is included in a podcast launch, and how long will it take?
- What type of editing do you/does your company do?
- How long do your clients keep podcasting?
- How do you handle problems?