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: 

  1. What does a successful podcast look like for your company?
  2. Is there any kind of coaching, feedback or stratgic support?
  3. What is your turnaround from raw audio to finished episode?
  4. What assets to you provide with each episode?
  5. (If you’re starting a new show) What is included in a podcast launch, and how long will it take?
  6. What type of editing do you/does your company do?
  7. How long do your clients keep podcasting?
  8. How do you handle problems?


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