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Podcast Recording & Editing

Pick up your phone and call in via phone, Zoom or Skype. We’ll record your podcast for you. We’ll even mix in an intro, an outro, and the music of your choice.  When you’re done recording, we’ll edit out the major mistakes, make you sound amazing, and produce a finish MP3 that’s ready to distribute to all the major podcast platforms.

If required, we can create a professional podcast intro or “trailer” including expert copy/script writing, professional voiceover talent, and appropriate background music. Some podcasts are raw and unpolished. Some require a higher degree of production and sophistication. Either way, we have you covered.

Transcribing & Show Notes

Your podcast episode needs show notes.  This is the detailed description of the episode that appears in all podcast players and on your website.  We’ll transcribe your audio, then our professional writers and editors will create show notes ready for posting in all location. You’ll own the raw transcription and the notes when we’re all done, so you can use them again and again wherever you see fit.

Artwork & Design

Your podcast episode needs artwork. A featured image for your website, headshots of your guests, and various graphics and infographics that add a visual element to your storytelling.  Our professional designers and graphic artists have you covered.  We’ll produce the featured image and any other artwork your podcast episode requires to be the best it can be.  You’ll own all the artwork when we’re done, so you can re-use it at any time and in any place.

Upload & Distribution

Your podcast episode needs to be uploaded and distributed to all the major podcasting platforms.  We have you covered.  When your episode is ready, we’ll get it uploaded and distributed to Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, and all the biggest podcast platforms and networks.  We’ll even post the episode on your podcast website if you have one.  If your audience is there, we’ll make sure your podcast episode is there too.  Bonus … you don’t ever have to know what an RSS feed is! 🙂