HOW TO FIND A
PODCAST EDITOR

If I'm not the right editor for you,
I can find the one who is

STEPS TO FIND A PODCAST EDITOR

Step 1: Write a couple paragraphs describing what you are looking for

Step 2: Create a Google Form (to act as an online application)

Step 3: Email the description and link to your Google form to me

 

I will post it in my Facebook group with over 4,00 podcast editors.

You sit back and wait for submissions to roll in. Then, you only need to contact those who are the best fit. Everybody wins!

Types of fields/questions to include in your Google Form:

  • Email address
  • First name
  • How many episodes produced during an average month
  • Samples of work (before and after)
  • Turn-around time for this type of work
  • Rate quote
  • Is rate based on completing the project, number of minutes edited, or time spent in post-production

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Podcast Editing is our job, not yours

You know editing takes time especially when you have audio issues. Wouldn't it be nice if you could just hit record and walk away?

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My Podcasting Journey

Since 2007, I was passionate about helping others through their personal finance challenges. At one point I was certain God was telling me to focus all my time into my Personal Finance Coaching business.

One of the marketing arms of the now failed business was a podcast called Money Plan SOS. A podcast gave me the ability to reach people looking for help - and they got to know me before ever picking up the phone to call.

But the business never took off. While enjoying small wins along the way, I struggled to find my place in the personal finance industry.

Then lightning struck.

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Two very well-known financial bloggers, Paula Pant and J. Money, were working on putting their own podcast together. After months of planning and confusion, they contacted me for help. “Steve, we don’t know what we are doing. We just want to record. Would you do the rest”.

We launched the M.O.N.E.Y. podcast in February 2016 and immediately reached #5 in the Business category - which was UNHEARD OF! That’s just crazy-amazing!

The word was out that Steve Stewart knew how to produce podcasts. A second podcaster came on board, then another and another. Suddenly my time was consumed putting a polish on other people’s shows - I no longer had time to work on my own!

One year later, my portfolio of shows consisted of more than a dozen podcasts, including: Stacking Benjamins, Afford Anything, Master of Money, Martinis and Your Money, and more.

I love podcasting - both as a pronoun and a verb. It is a very intimate medium and people of all ages or walks of life can learn just about anything from the sea of shows available in iTunes.

I don’t know what God has in store for me now, but I’m looking forward to whatever it will be.

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Steps to Great Sounding Audio

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Great Sounding Audio Starts with the Right Setup.

To get the best sound quality from your next podcast recording by watching this FREE video series on how use Audacity from start to finish.