How to Rebrand As a Podcast Editor – PEM0053

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Do you feel like you're stuck in a rut as a podcast editor? Does it seem like you're never able to land a new client? Or worse, that you're attracting the wrong clients?

Maybe you feel like you're spinning your wheels, or you know you're getting some traction on social media or traffic to your website, but it never seems to convert. It doesn't turn into anything.

If that's the case, it's possible that you need to look at your branding – to make sure that it's speaking directly to that ideal client you want to meet. Sure, it can be scary (and humbling) to think about blowing up the brand you spent months or years building.

But if that's what's keeping you from getting some traction, it might be time to take a look at that.

Listen to discover what's leading a couple of our beloved Yetis to step into the process of rebranding, hear what they're thinking about (and afraid of), and discover some keys that might help you avoid the same mistakes we've made.

What we discussed

  • What is branding, really?
  • What are some indications that it might be time to rebrand?
  • What should we watch out for?
  • How important is a mission statement in branding?
  • How can you know if your branding is on point?

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This episode was edited by Alejandro Ramirez. He’s open to work editing in English and Spanish. 

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About the author, Bryan Entzminger

Bryan Entzminger is the owner of Top Tier Audio, a podcast production company. He's also the founder of the Hindy Users (Unofficial) group for Hindenburg users on Facebook, and a co-host of Podcast Editors Mastermind — a podcast focused on the business side of podcast editing. He loves sharing the lessons he’s learned from his struggles and others he's met along the way so that you can have a podcast that you’re proud of without letting editing take over your life.

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