Podcasting isn't for everyone.
There's a lot of prep work and behind the scenes stuff that can easily take up hours of your day if you're not careful.
One of my clients (who's about to launch his new show) told me recently, “Having my own podcast was overwhelming when I was doing it all myself.”
He tried to have his own podcast show two different times.
Both times he ran out of steam because of all the grunt work that goes on behind the scenes to turn your raw audio into a polished podcast episode syndicated to all the right channels to give you the best shot of getting into the ears of the right listeners so you can connect with them.
And that's what we do here at The Podcast Factory.
I have a three stage process where I take you from idea to launch in as little as thirty days.
First we set the foundation for success by coming up with the name for your show and the first eight episode topics.
Then, you'll record the shows while my team takes care of all the packaging including professional voice overs, music, and album art.
After that my team gets busy “building your show” while you and me go over your launch strategy to build anticipation and have listeners eagerly awaiting your first episode.
Once things are running smoothly we put you on a regular recording schedule and we make sure you have fresh new shows week after week keeping your listeners engaged and happy.
The crazy part is, most of our hosts only work about 2 hours per month on their podcast show.
My team takes care of the rest.
That's one of the reasons we're so expensive.
Anyways, I've got a spot opening up soon for my “Done for You” podcasting service.
It ain't cheap and I'm picky about who I work with.
If you've got high standards like me and you want to work with a straight shooting kinda dude that gets things done you should get on my waiting list.
When that spot I told you about opens up, the people on the waiting list will be the first to know.
Here's where you sign up https://thepodcastfactory.com/difm