Jennifers career in podcasting began in broadcasting, as a volunteer call screener turned traffic reporter on a small community radio station. She eventually became the production manager, a podcast producer, and a co-host. The small station was purchased by a larger group and she became a freelance podcast editor. Jennifer currently hosts, edits, and produces a podcast, The Thoughtful Entrepreneur, which encourages entrepreneurs to share not only their expertise but their stories and their hearts. ​ She believes that every person has a unique message which can positively impact the world. She believes that podcasters deserve to present themselves as authorities in their spheres with a professional sounding show. ​She believes that listeners deserve to hear the message without being distracted by the audio quality.
Podcast editors: Do you want more clients?If you're like most of us, you're almost always on the lookout for new clients and new ways to attract and connect with them so that we can grow our businesses.But what happens when we attract the WRONG clients?Well, it's not good. It can ruin our businesses and our lives. Literally. But it doesn't have to be that way.Listen as Britany Felix of Podcasting for Coaches joins us to share what she's learned about attracting the right clients (for her), how she manages relationships with professionalism but keeps the boundaries clear, how she screens clients ( can start well before your first conversation), and how she knows when it's time to make a drastic change.Listen to discover:The story of a client who was such a bad fit, one error ruined a vacation, damaged trust irreparably, and sometimes still has her looking for a place to hide.That you really CAN set your own rules for how you'd like to work with your clients. Not only WHO you'd like to work with but also how quickly you'll turn around their edits, and even what happens if they are late with their files.One change that Britany made to ensure she never gets a bad-fit client again.The red flags Britany looks for when she's on an initial call.How Britany stands out from the crowd when she's responding to a prospective client.Her uncommon approach to pricing her editing services.How Britany now often has people paying her LONG BEFORE she ever considers working with them as an editor.How she manages scope creep and resets expectations when needed.And much, much more.If you're looking to grow your podcast editing business in a way that allows you to stay sane, balance your personal life and goals, and service your clients well, you need to listen to this.And after you have, make sure that you've subscribed using your favorite podcast app. Guest EditorThis episode was edited by Heather Wester of Ironed Out Media. If you're looking for a podcast editor or producer, take a minute to check out what she has to offer.Interested in being a guest on the show?If you're a podcast editor, we'd love to see if you'd be a fit for a future episode. Fill out this form to let us know you're interested and we'll contact you to see if it's a good fit.Resources:https://podcastingforcoaches.com in this episode:Daniel Abendroth: | @rothmedia_audioJennifer Longworth: | @KYPodcastingBryan Entzminger: | @toptieraudioBritany Felix: | @podcastingfocoachesCarrie Caulfield-Arick: | @thekeldakitty (chat master)This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable -
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Sep 29th, 1978
Lexington, KY, USA
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1 week, 5 days
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