Posted November 24, 2018 07:08:13There are some very smart ways to get reviews on the platforms you are most familiar with, but it’s a tricky process.
First, you need to have a podcast that you think will be a good fit for a review, and secondly, you have to be able to submit a video that’s relevant to your podcast.
If you’ve never done podcast reviews before, you’ll want to start by checking out the guidelines for the podcast review process at the bottom of this article.
If it’s something you’ve always wanted to try out, then it’s going to take some time.
You’ll need to research all the different platforms and decide which one is right for you.
It may seem like a lot of work, but the rewards are worth it.
For instance, Apple reviews podcasts on their Podcast Club website, which lets you get a review for any podcast on the service, including podcasts that haven’t been reviewed by Apple yet.
If you are a member of Apple Podcast Club, you can then submit your review.
This process doesn’t have any limitations, and you can submit your video review to be reviewed on other platforms as well.
The same is true for Google Play.
You can review podcasts on Google Play directly from the Podcasts section of the app, but you’ll have to check out the podcast’s official review guidelines before submitting a video.
For Amazon, you also need to find a podcast, but this process is a little more complicated.
You need to submit an iTunes video that you want to review and submit it to be approved.
For example, if you have a show that’s available for purchase in iTunes, Amazon reviews the podcast in its own section.
Amazon is not required to review a podcast for you, so you should still go to the podcast and review the podcast yourself.
However, Amazon reviewers have a number of reviews to help you decide whether to purchase the show.
If Amazon is reviewing your podcast, you’re going to need to be very patient, but once Amazon has reviewed your podcast it should be easy to submit your audio review to Amazon and have it approved.
Amazon reviews podcasts in its Podcasts app and also has its own podcast reviews section.
If a podcast is listed on Amazon, Amazon will typically review the episode on its own website.
Amazon reviewers are generally well-qualified, and they review podcasts with the same rigor as a real reviewer would, which is great.
Amazon also allows you to submit video reviews to Amazon, and this process also works in the same way.
The video will be submitted to Amazon’s video section, and the video will then be reviewed by a video reviewer.
You may have to submit additional information, like a description of the video, to make the video review work.
Amazon offers a podcast review guidelines that are quite simple to follow, but there are a few caveats.
It’s important to note that Amazon reviews podcasts by using its own reviewers.
If the reviewer is not Amazon, the review will be rejected.
The reviewer will also have to approve the review and publish it to the site.
Amazon does not have a dedicated review section, so the reviews will be subject to the same standards that a real review would be.
You also need a review from your podcast show to be eligible for a YouTube video review, so make sure you’ve submitted your video to YouTube and it’s been approved by your podcast reviewer.
Lastly, Amazon does review podcasts, but Amazon reviewers only have the following limitations.
They are not eligible to review podcast episodes from other services, and Amazon does only review podcasts that have been submitted to it.
You will need to include at least two videos from your podcasts that relate to your topic.
If your podcast has a lot more than two videos, you may need to increase the number of videos in your podcast’s reviews to get the review to work.
Finally, Amazon doesn’t review podcast reviews, so it’s important that you only upload your audio or video reviews.
If it is a review of your podcast and it looks like you uploaded it, it’s not good enough.
It will be automatically rejected, and your video or audio review will not be reviewed.
Finally a word about podcast reviews.
Podcasts are considered to be a different type of content than podcasts.
Podcast reviews are written by real people, and it takes a lot less time and effort to review podcasts than podcasts do to review them.
It also makes the process a little easier.
If your podcast isn’t on iTunes yet, you should get in touch with your podcaster and let them know that you have the podcast you want them to review.
Podcast reviewers are usually very helpful and will take a look at the podcast to see if it meets their criteria.
They can even send you a copy of their review if you’d like to submit it.
It’s also important to remember that podcasts are still an independent genre of podcasting