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 your projects.
After all, you don’t want to be the single point of failure in your business. You want to be able to take time off and to know that the work can still get done if you get sick.
We want to help make it easier by giving you some guidelines and tips from our experience on how to find, vet, train and manage subcontractors in order to grow your podcast editing business without having all the pressure fall on just one person (you).
This episode of the Podcast Editors Mastermind was edited by Gabriel Simão, who you can find at https://gabrielsimao.com/.
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