Producing a podcast show isn’t as simple as merely recording and publishing information you’re excited to share with the rest of the world. There’s a lot that goes into the process. It also involves scripting, editing, and marketing to make sure that your thoughts reach the right audience. And if as a podcaster, you’re doing all this on your own, it could get overwhelming and would burn you out quickly.
If you’re considering getting some help with your podcast, perhaps a virtual assistant of a high caliber that suits your needs could be the best option for you.
What is a Podcast Virtual Assistant (PVA)?
There are professionals and virtual assistants who specialize in podcasting and podcast production. They can help and assist you with handling the logistics and technicalities of running your show. A Podcast virtual assistant can give you what you need: More time to work on other projects without sacrificing the quality of the show.
Task You can Outsource for your Podcast Production
Virtual assistants are some of the most versatile managers around, and the ones that specialize in certain skills are highly in demand. A Podcast Virtual Assistant is like a manager who ensures that things are working smoothly. PVAs usually offer tiered packages, so when considering hiring a PVA, make sure to know your budget and your needs. Here are some tasks you can outsource for your podcast production:
- Schedule guests
- Develop Social Media Schedule
- Create podcast clips with graphics
- Assist with pitching sponsors
- Create Show Notes
- Follow-up with guest after the show
Where to Outsource your Podcast Tasks
Professionals and virtual assistants with expertise in podcast production can be found on social media and platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. They’re also on freelance platforms like Fiverr and Upwork. Virtual assistant companies like Woodbows, Belay Solutions, and Castos Productions are likely to have podcast virtual assistants in their rosters as well.
When looking for a Podcast Virtual Assistant, look for these traits in your search:
1. Great organization and multitasking skills.
2. Creativity and resourcefulness.
3. Good communication skills that align with yours.
4. A fast learner.
5. Credibility and good reputation.
Looking for the right person for your show should be a thorough process and something to be thought of properly. If you want to know more, Sidekicks is an on-demand virtual company and we’re eager to help visionaries and entrepreneurs like you. Click here for your free 30-minute consultation.