Podcast Editors Mastermind

Should Podcast Editors Attend In-Person Conferences? – PEM0036

In-person conferences can be expensive. In addition to the ticket, there’s also travel, hotels, and food. For freelance podcast editors, that can be a pretty big expense. And now, with more concern about travel, we have to ask ourselves if it’s worth it. Of course, we can’t answer that for you, but we did talk…

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Expanding your Podcast Production Business: Copywriting and other Services – PEM0035

How we position our podcast production businesses is important. It’s more than just stating a market or niche. It also involves how we put together an offer that’s exactly right for our ideal clients. Some of us ONLY offer editing, which is totally fine. But one way that we can differentiate ourselves is by offering…

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Podcast Editors: Do Us All a Favor and Clear Your Head Trash So You Can Charge What You’re Worth – PEM0034

If podcast editing is your business, you may find yourself struggling with how to charge for your services. There are a lot of different considerations that go into pricing podcast editing packages, such as the production style and scope of the project, your skill level in podcast editing, what you offer as additional services like…

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Creating Happy Podcast Editing Clients With Great Customer Service – PEM0033

One of the most important things you can do as a podcast editor is to provide your clients with great customer service. But how do you do that? After all, delivering a great edit on time and ready to go is pretty much table stakes. It’s the cost of admission. It’s what we all do…

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A Vulnerable Behind-the-Scenes Look at Imposter Syndrome – PEM0032

When Imposter Syndrome cripples your productivity how do you overcome it? You can’t hide your way out of it. Sharing our current and personal stories of insecurity around growth, skills and work makes this an important mastermind session for every podcast editor. It’s a raw, uncomfortable and honest conversation demonstrating how trusted advisors are truly…

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How to Balance Your Podcast Production Business with Life – PEM0031

Running a podcast production business can be hard. We know it can be hard to balance all the things that need to get done in order for your podcast production business to grow and thrive. But we also know how important it is not let those things take over your life, so you don’t end…

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Podcasting Editors: How to Find, Hire, and Manage a Subcontractor – PEM0030

If you’re a podcast editor and have ever thought about hiring a subcontractor for your podcast editing business, this episode is for you. Podcasting Editing is a booming industry and the demand for skilled editors has never been higher. But with that comes the challenge of finding, vetting, training and managing contractors to work on…

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Are You REALLY Good Enough to Be a Podcast Editor? – PEM0029

Have you ever found yourself negotiating your rate down before you even talk to a client? Or holding on to a proposal without sending it? Or maybe over-editing again and again because you don’t think you’re good enough? That has a name: imposter syndrome. We see this coming up pretty regularly in Facebook groups, and…

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Podcast Editors: Do This to Bring More Money Home – PEM0028

Podcast editors, have you ever worked your tail off only to realize that you’re not actually bringing home the money you expected? Or maybe bringing home nothing at all? It’s sooo easy to see that happening. We know, because it sometimes happens to us, too. That’s why, as Carol Lynn Rivera shares,it’s important to flip…

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Podcast Editors: Have You Considered Podcast Management? – PEM0027

Are you a podcast editor wondering about how to differentiate yourself? Or maybe how to serve your clients more deeply so that you can earn more while working on fewer shows? If that’s the case, podcast management may be for you. Listen as Lauren Wrighton – the host of the Podcast Manager Show shares what…

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