The reason you don’t want to use your website’s RSS feed for a podcast is simple: If the site goes down – so does your RSS feed. No access to your website means no new episodes get released and eventually Apple Podcasts will remove you from iTunes due to abandonment
iZotope’s RX 6 Standard has a feature called Breath Control that will save me at least 5 minutes of editing per project, making my podcast editing business more profitable. Watch this 3-minute video to see what I mean.
A couple years ago we were required to sign out of iTunes and log in to each individual country’s iTunes store to see reviews from other countries. Today there are three reliable services we can use: One subscription, one comes with purchase, and the third is a free WordPress plugin. Monthly Subscription I’m a […]
What are you going to do with that Christmas check from grandma? Have you been thinking about starting a podcast but want to do it on-the-cheap? Well here you go: 4 things you need to start a podcast for less than 100 dollars #1. List your podcast in iTunes with the free PowerPress plugin – […]
I was looking at another podcaster’s website and saw they had made the same mistake I did: They titled their blogpost with the URL www.MyAwesomePodcast.com/001. The 001 doesn’t help anyone except for the podcaster, but what do you title your first show’s page? There is an answer! They need to use the WordPress plugin that […]
WordPress Wizard, Dustin Hartzler, has released a WordPress plugin that will show off podcasts and other shows you have been a guest on. Download the free plugin at YourWebsiteEngineer.com/MyPlugins and check out Dustin on the Your Website Engineer Podcast. [pullquote]Share this #Wordpress #plugin by @DustinHartzler on Twitter[/pullquote]