Subscribe to Real Estate Matters on iTunes

Hello ~Contact.FirstName~,

Thanks for being a Real Estate Matters Podcast listener.

That makes me really happy! I appreciate it, and I look forward to sharing plenty of valuable information about investing, renting and buying real estate with you.

My goal with this podcast is to help as many people as possible to get the information they need to make smart decisions on their real estate journey.

With that in mind, I wonder if you can help me by giving me a review on iTunes.

One of the main ways for me to get found and reach more listeners is by getting reviews.

If you enjoyed the show, and you’d like to leave a review (or if still haven’t subscribed yet) you can do so at at iTunes or Stitcher.

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Warmly

Toni Planinsek

PS: Leaving a review at iTunes is surprisingly difficult, so if you get lost check out this guide:

Six Step Process to Leave a Podcast Review at iTunes

Step 1: Go to the iTunes page for Real Estate Matters

Step 2: Click the “View in iTunes” button. It looks like this:

Clicking the View in iTunes link will launch iTunes, and you’ll see something like this:

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Step 3: Click the Subscribe button you see here (if you haven’t already) to review the podcast. I’m not sure if this step is necessary to leave a review, but clicking it will subscribe you to the podcast, which will help the rankings.

Step 4: Click the Ratings and Review tab as I’ve highlighted in the image above.

Step 5: Rate the podcast by selecting 1 to 5 stars (If you enjoy the podcast, please consider a 5-star rating)

Step 6: Write a brief, but honest review. (1 to 3 sentences)

When you’re finished the review box disappears without giving any confirmation, but when that happens your review has been accepted. It can take several days for your review to post in iTunes, so don’t be surprised if you don’t see it immediately.

Thank you!

Thanks for taking the time to review the podcast. It means a lot to me, and to the show. Just like with books, higher ratings mean greater discoverability.