I reached out to you and asked how you found your co-host and you were nice enough to reply.
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Tips in Choosing a Co-Host for Your Podcast
You want someone who has the same commitment (and support).
You want someone who loves your topic but might approach it from a different angle. You don't need a clone of you. We already have one of you.
Make sure you all understand how things are divided up and workaround:
Money coming in
Who is paying for what (money going out)
How do you get fired or quit?
What schedule is the show going to use (record some test shows to determine this)
Finding a Co-host
Today we hear how some people:
Ask other podcasters they knew
Ask family members
Asked their audience
You might consider starting your show as a solo artist which makes it easier to ask someone to join something that exists than something that is just an idea in your head.
Thanks To The Contributors:
Brent Bergherm from Lattitude Photography Podcast – https://latitudephotographypodcast.com/
Roben Harris from Destinations Connections ( www.destinationconnections.com )
Matt Rafferty – The Author Inside You (www.theauthorinsideyou.com )
Josh Rivers 24 Faithful www.24faithful.com
Craig Wealand from Ingles Podcast.com ( inglespodcast.com )
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