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How Can I Fix My Podcast Feed?

How Can I Fix My Podcast Feed?Once you have your podcast media created, tagged and branded it’s time to deliver it to the masses. But sometimes your feed just doesn’t seem to be acting right. Here are a couple of ways to fix your podcast feed so that you not only control its ability but you also track the way your audience uses  it.

1)       WORDPRESS BLOG PLATFORM If you’re a podcaster than you should definitely have a blog setup as your main channel for content distribution. It’s the easiest way to distribute your podcast articles, reviews, etc. The most popular blog platform today is WordPress. One of their best features in WordPress is the built in feed function.  This allows the blogger to easily identify their feed for that particular page or category established inside the WordPress blog. Using WordPress with your podcast is Continue Reading →

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FMP 03 l Fix Your Podcast by Understanding Why Podcasters Like to Podcast.

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Fix Your Podcast by Understanding Why Podcasters do it.In this episode of Fix My Podcast, we discuss the reasons why podcasters like to podcast. Knowing why your podcasting can be an easy way to fix your podcast. It allows you to re-energize and execute your podcast with passion and perspective that your listeners will quickly notice. Podcasting can be both easy and difficult at each level of understanding. So it’s nice to have the right support when you need it!

CLICK HERE to get immediate access to our FREE AUDIO GIFT titled 5-COMMON-PODCASTING-MISTAKES. Additionally you will receive a subscription to our Weekly Podcaster Newsletter loaded with resources and tips to help your podcast stay up to date. FixMyPodcast is on a mission to support your podcasting needs. How are we different? We actually adjust Continue Reading →

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