I use it to quickly respond to commonly-asked questions that have the exact same answer, I use it to bring up Google spreadsheets where I track my progress with each client’s podcast, and I use it to enter the same text that is used every time I upload a client’s episode to libsyn.
Spotify began admitting more podcasts into their listings in late 2017. Media host libsyn.com worked it out so their customers could submit their podcasts directly to Spotify. All you need to do is create Spotify as a Destination. However, some shows are still not showing up – including MoneyPlan SOS. That’s extremely frustrating since I […]
Media host provider libsyn offers a number of podcast players you can quickly embed on almost any website. If you can embed a YouTube video on your website, then you can do this too. Steps to Embed a libsyn Podcast Player in Your Website Step 1: Log into your account Step 2: Go to […]
A client asked why his downloads for the day were so high. Were they legit or was his show the victim of another onslaught of python-request? Here is how I dig deep into libsyn podcast stats to validate their authenticity:
Media hosting service libsyn is getting ready for iTunes to add new feed tags to their specs with the release of iOS11. The new interface now includes an entire section for information such as Season number and iTunes-only description. Watch this video to see how the new system works. Keep in mind: You won’t see […]
Apple announced the addition of new tags for podcasts coming in the fall of 2017. Along with these changes comes the need to update the interface at many media hosting companies like Blubrry and libsyn. Changes to libsyn’s Content > Add New Episode dashboard The biggest change is tabs will break up the various functions […]
Many podcasters like to include the current year as part of their copyright information on their website and in their podcast RSS feed. Here is an example of where you would see the Copyright field in Apple Podcasts: If you submitted a libsyn RSS feed to iTunes, Stitcher, and other places then you can update […]
Prior to the changes made by Stitcher Radio in June 2013, Libsyn, Blubrry, and other pod-catchers would only show one download for Stitcher. It was because Stitcher Radio would download one copy of your MP3 and re-encode the recording to be streamed through their app. The number of people listening to your podcast would only […]