Helping your clients avoid Podfade

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Did you know that 75% of podcasts started are no longer in production? I read that stat and it absolutely blew my mind! That’s not good for your clients or for you as a Podcast Manager! Today I’m giving you 5 tips on avoiding “podfade”. I’m addressing the way you explain your podcast management packages and determine the client’s expectations. I also cover how you touch base with them, what you can do to improve work flow, and ways to prepare your client for busy times in their lives.

If you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over on Instagram!

In this episode, we cover:

  • What podfade is and how it happens
  • Choosing your clients wisely
  • Making things sound straightforward but not easy
  • How to know which podcast analytics to highlight for your client
  • When to regroup with your client
  • Suggestions you can make to improve communication
  • Tightening up your processes
  • Batch recording and why it’s amazing
  • Preparing for holidays and vacations
  • and, what you can do to elevate your podcast management services

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