Are you ready to partner with an expert to take the editing workload off your hands?
What about working with someone who can make your podcast simply sound better?
This is the place to find resources and information to help you connect with the right person to work on your show.
Before beginning the process, consider what kind of help you need:
- Audio and/or video editing (like, you know, taking out all the, uhmm…stuff?)
- Audio engineering to improve the audio quality of recordings
- Full production of the episode, including uploading the finished product for you
- Sound design, content editing, or dialogue editing for a narrative-type show
- A “virtual studio engineer” to assist – or even run – remote recordings
- Individual who is virtual or local
- A team or company that has redundancies
- Show notes writer
- Social media images/videos/visuals
- Social media scheduling and management
- Website management
- Extremely fast turn-around or volume to take on multiple episodes a week (if that’s your kind of show)
Each of these services bring varying levels of expertise.
Your budget should help guide you into making wise decisions on what tasks to outsource now, and what to look forward as the podcast grows in popularity over the coming months.
Where to look for a Podcast Editor
Where can you find such a skillful and talented person?
Most people would say:
- Get a personal recommendation from someone you know
- Online marketplaces like Fiverr and Upwork
- Social Media groups
Good news: We’ve done most of the work for you
There is one more resource that hasn’t been talked about yet: The Podcast Editors Job Board
The Podcast Editors Job Board is free listing service provided by us, the Podcast Editor Academy.
Peruse a few of our members and the information they have provided. You can quickly learn about 1, 2, or 3 people who seem to fit your needs.
Want to search an even larger group of people? Click the button below to follow our simple 3-step process to “Find a Podcast Editor”