How do I link a podcast to my blog?
Embedding a Podcast on Blogger
- Log in to your Blogger account and click the “Create New Post” button next to your blog name.
- Click the “HTML” tab, and then paste your podcast code.
- Click the “Publish” button to save your work and publish your podcast on Blogger.
Can you put a podcast in Blogger?
Blogger doesn’t host audio files, so the first step to podcasting with Blogger is to upload the audio podcast file to a free or paid online file hosting service. You can choose from numerous file hosting services, including BlueHost, Box.net and DreamHost.
How do I upload a podcast to iVoox?
Click the Upload button in the top bar of the iVoox website. Select the Podcast tab on a Feed, add the feed URL, and click Check URL. Once you have confirmed that the feed is correct, you will be able to fill in the fields with your podcast information and send them for importation into iVoox.
Should I have a blog for my podcast?
For really maximizing the impact of your podcast, blogging is the most effective tool. In fact, blogging may do more than just supplement the podcast. In many cases, it may be the sole medium a significant number of customers use.
How do I get RSS feed URL?
Right click on the website’s page, and choose Page Source. In the new window that appears, use the “find” feature (Ctrl + F on a PC or Command + F on a Mac), and type in RSS. You’ll find the feed’s URL between the quotes after href=.
Is podcast an audio blog?
An audio blog may include a series of podcasts, while podcasting does not include audio blogging. An audio blog is a blog that includes sound files, but compared to podcasts, audio blogs can be recordings, a spoken journal, etc.
Should I start a podcast or a blog?
There are benefits to blogging, which podcasting can’t achieve. Blogging is easier and quicker to do, it has better SEO benefits, and is more easily shareable. No argument there. In fact, a company shouldn’t necessarily disregard blogs, newsletters, videos or any other form of content.