My second podcast show was under way, and a half hour show was taking me over three hours to produce.
I was getting burnt out when I pulled some inspiration from Tim Ferriss and The Four Hour Workweek.
Why was I doing all this stupid post production work when I could easily find someone else to do it for me on one of those freelancing sites.
And that's just what I did.
I posted an ad and began interviewing highly skilled audio engineers. After talking to several, and testing out several more, I settled on this guy in Ireland. He wasn't the least expensive, but his work was great and he delivered on time – so I paid a premium for his help.
Now I could offload all my post production work to him and do the part that I enjoyed most, talking into the mic with my buddy and co-host.
Finally podcasting was fun again. A half hour show only took me 30 minutes to record.
We went on like this for a little while until I realized a BIG problem.
Outsourcing my post production work was costing me a pretty penny. Before I knew it I was thirty seven hundred in the hole with no plan to get it back.
I was running out of money fast and this hobby was getting too expensive to keep up. With no plan and no dough, I had to call it quits on that show too.
After that one I swore I was done with podcasting for good.
I walked away and didn't look back.
But podcasting was in my blood. I never really escaped it and less than a year later I was back in the saddle again.
This time I had a plan to avoid all the mistakes I had made and finally have a profitable show.
How would you like the exact plan I used to launch my next show with no dough out of pocket?
This plan worked so well that I was able to launch the entire Podcast Factory network using it.
I share every juicy detail with you inside the hallowed pages of the next Podcast Mogul Newsletter http://PodcastMogul.com