Should you really let someone else host your RSS feed? Learn 3 reasons why you SHOULD host your own podcast feed with your own WordPress and PowerPress.
Apple unveiled it’s newest flagship mobile products on September 9, 2014: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8, and Apple Watch. Will these be of any benefit to podcasters?
There are many companies that can work as a web host for your blog or podcast. I’ve chosen to primarily recommend BlueHost to starting podcasters for 7 reasons.
Should you really be hosting your own RSS feed? What about FeedBurner or your media host? Learn 3 reasons why you should maybe not host your own podcast feed.
Titles are the most important pieces of text on the Internet. A good title will communicate clearly, set appropriate expectations, compel to take action, and will help your search-engine optimization (SEO) on the web and podcast directories.
Learn 6 ways to make your podcast episode titles more powerful!
If you’re trying to make a page for your podcast at `/podcast` but keep getting `/podcast-2`, then you have a WordPress slug conflict. I’ll show you how to fix that in WordPress and PowerPress.
Apple rumor sites have been buzzing about Apple’s rumored plans to purchase Swell for $30 million, originally reported by Re/code. This could have huge implications to the Apple Podcasts app for iOS, as well as iTunes Radio and the whole Apple digital store ecosystem.
It’s important to hear what you’re recording while you’re podcasting, but studio monitor speakers or headphones will probably not be the right choice. Here’s why.
FeedBurner has a bug in the “SmartCast” feature that will duplicate your podcast-level description across all of your episodes. The only ways to fix this are to either insert the information into the right RSS tag, or disable SmartCast. Read this for more information.