Best method to ask for reviews?

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Hello friends,

Is there any kind of method to ask a visitor for reviews while or after listing podcast episode.

what I am thinking is to add a line before starting a podcast for reviews it if you like.

Does this mean?
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  • Does this mean what?

    If your content is good, your audience will gladly give you positive reviews, if you ask them for their best review of your podcast, somewhere near the beginning and the end.

    Ask your audience, if your content has helped your audience solve their immediate problem, relating to your topic. Let them elaborate on how the solutions provided in your content applied to and transformed their lives.

    Specify in which form you want the review, text, audio, or video. Some people are shy to speak into the camera lens and would prefer to text or voice notes
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  • Profile picture of the author KimboJim
    Usually it's best to ask their opinion. For example, I watch a ton of Marvel/DC YouTube videos (10 worst things Ironman has done, 10 times Batman murdered people, etc), and they'll drop a line like: "Do you agree with our list? Leave a comment below and let us know."

    Just use a line like that. Or, outright ask for a review. "Reviews are very important to our podcast channel, so please don't forget to leave one." That's all.

    Many people do what they're asked. Just adding a small command or suggestion can increase your reviews/comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author hubhopper
    So can we add a line at the end of podcast for the review, but this line needs to be updated in every podcast.
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    • Profile picture of the author savidge4
      Originally Posted by hubhopper View Post

      So can we add a line at the end of podcast for the review, but this line needs to be updated in every podcast.
      We are talking a voice real people talking podcast right? it really is not hard to ask for a review.. at the BEGINNING - ad in subscribe and like or whatever else, you can reach as website X and now onto the topic... again in the middle somewhere.. it really helps us out.. tell us what you think. At the end... Thanks for listening sub, like, Leave us a review comment on what topics you would like us to cover! get more at website X

      You simply will not recieve if you do not ask.. and you are making it sound like this is hard or something - gees forbid you have to do a little to get a little.
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    Simply approach them and ask.
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    All the reviews you want..

    Have a cutie do the pod cast in a mini-skirt, solicit reviews and for every review there is a link to a private pod cast.
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  • Profile picture of the author fredm
    A Facebook Like Button would be good.
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    Create the best podcast and then ask them to leave a review and let you know what they think. It's the easiest way.
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  • Profile picture of the author siliconfox
    Originally Posted by hubhopper View Post

    Hello friends,

    Is there any kind of method to ask a visitor for reviews while or after listing podcast episode.

    what I am thinking is to add a line before starting a podcast for reviews it if you like.

    Does this mean?
    from what i see in informative youtube videos asking for likes and subscriptions, they deliver this request to the viewers (or in your case listeners) in a funny yet meaningful way.

    they say something in the lines of asking a question first "Did this video answer your questions? hit that subscribe button for more videos like this, if no.. (says a funny joke) (then they head of to saying what their profile can offer or what other content they could give)"
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  • Profile picture of the author hubhopper
    lovely guys, I really do appreciate you all, Thanks so much
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