Do You Want a Competitive Edge?
Higher Rankings = Better Guests
Getting your podcast ranked higher in iTunes is critical to securing better guests, widening your reach and finding new audiences.
Without decent visibility inside of iTunes you’ll be forever stuck with B-list guests.
Move your iTunes rankings up and at the same time move your show up into the world of A-list guests all the while increasing the reach of your show.
Better Guests = More Exposure
Higher rankings in iTunes will ensure that the invitations that you send out to prospective guests are received in a much more timely fashion.
Imagined sending an invitation with the subject line:
“Invitation to appear on the #1 podcast in the business category in iTunes.”
Do you think that will get their attention?
More Exposure = New Audiences
The ability to attract new guests to your show because of higher rankings will give your show new and welcome exposure to an audience that you may not otherwise be able to penetrate without those A-list guests.
Leverage the A-list social media to drive the growth of your show.
New Audiences = New Revenue
Exposure to new audiences will ensure that you pick up new subscribers for your show, and along the way bring them into your digital world.
Leverage these new audience members, alongside your existing ones, into new and exciting revenue opportunities.
Get the Exposure Your Show Deserves
How it works
Improving your Podcast rankings is alot like doing SEO for a website. There is always a lag in time between the beginning of your campaign and the expected results you are wanting to see.
Our service is 100% white hat and we take care of everything for you. There are no bots, spammers or anything that is considered negative. We wouldn’t expose the Go All In brand to anything like that and we sure wouldn’t do that to yours either. This is a service that we created for ourselves and now offer to other podcasters.
How we carry out the task is our IP. A lot of people ask us how we do it and the answer we provide is what you have above. Rest assured that behind the Go All In brand and the podcast is a full service digital marketing agency with a management team that has more than a decade of experience.
Do you Guarantee Results?
Like all things in life, nothing is 100% guaranteed and sadly we cannot provide a 100% guarantee that the service will work for you.
What we can say from experience is that if you stick with it for at least a month you will certainly see some results.
“But will I see a #1 result?” That is a good question and probably the most asked of all. Our answer is always the same: It all depends upon your market, your location and how competitive your category is.
As mentioned before, it’s a lot like doing SEO for a website. Sometimes that can be relatively simple and sometimes it can be quite difficult and takes a long time. The same is true here.
Why bother doing this at all?
Podcasting is fun, we love it and there is nothing better than getting another episode recorded, produced and out to our audience.
However, that said, iTunes estimates that there are more than 250,000 unique podcasts in more than 100 languages amounting to more than 8-million episodes.
The whole reason to podcast is to get your message to a wider audience and share your work, but with all of the other shows out there who is going to know about your show unless you promote it?
There are the conventional ways of promotion, like social media and other forms of advertising, and they all work well, however if your not in the Top-200 in iTunes then you will simply not be found by the new listeners that want to hear your show. You must therefore do something to promote it.
Our service is cost effective, it gets results and allows you to invite new and higher profile guests much more easily. Once you have the rankings and the accolades to lead with, your shows reach will increase as will your ability to attract a better guest. Without this, you may struggle to ever secure an A-lister.
Is this just for iTunes?
For now iTunes still dominates the podcasting ecosystem. It is estimated that they have around 60-65% of the market.
It is therefore critical that you are showing up there in your category. The comparison is like saying: Only rank your website for Bing and don’t bother doing it for Google?
Bing is an important search engine however we all know that Google owns most of the market and therefore its relevance is still the highest. Same goes for iTunes.
Its best to focus your marketing attention to the place where most of the market is residing and in this case of podcasts, it’s iTunes.