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Freelancers and small business owners should have a backup plan for unexpected situations, such as medical emergencies, to prevent loss of income and clients. The plan should involve identifying key tasks and finding multiple backup options.
Podcast editors can attract clients online by focusing on building their online presence and demonstrating their expertise through content marketing, website messaging, testimonials and case studies, and social media rather than relying solely on elevator pitches.
Are you unsure what mastering is and how it's different from mixing for your podcast? Learn the key differences between mixing and mastering, with practical insights on loudness normalization, EQ, compression, and formatting for distribution.
Podcast editors can use social media platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to find new clients by identifying their ideal client, creating compelling content, engaging with their audience, leveraging referral marketing, using paid advertising, and analyzing their results.