Why don't we pick up where we left off?
In yesterday's story I crushed the lie we've all heard that you need to launch with a ton of shows if you want to get top ranking in iTunes.
Today I'm going to crush another lie that is plaguing the air waves and filling up iTunes with a bunch of worthless audio no one wants to listen to.
Ever since John Lee Dumas came out with a daily podcast show wanna bees across the interwebs have clung to the idea you must have a daily show to get top rankings.
Sure, a daily show will help you hack one of the four criteria it takes to get top rankings – but it's a lot of work and you can get the sam result by doing less work at a higher quality.
Inside the next Podcast Mogul Newsletter you'll see how Doberman Dan got his show to the top of the charts in only three days with only two shows and one of them wasn't even new. He kept the quality of his shows high and didn't have to do any extra work.
And chances are if you've been online for any amount of time you have everything you need to pull off this hack and get top rankings too.
Find out how in the next Podcast Mogul Newsletter http://PodcastMogul.com
Next week we'll pick up this “Lies about podcasting” series and I'll show you why you don't need a huge list to get top rankings.