The subdomain is a piece of required information when you create an account and it is part of your podcast web page URL, for example,
https://yoursubdomain.churchpodcast.rocks. It is also used as part of your podcast feed URL.
You can change your subdomain later, but it will affect your podcast site URL and podcast feed, so consider setting up a subdomain that you will likely want to keep.
Please reach out to
firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to change your subdomain."
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To get a podcast on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), please follow these simple steps:
While excellent episode content should always be the focus of your show, your podcast cover art is the first thing new listeners will see in Apple Podcasts or on social media. Potential listeners should be able to figure out what your show is about by glancing at your artwork. Read more about Apple’s Podcast Requirements
Go to Podcasts Connect (https://podcastsconnect.apple.com), Apple's podcast management area. Login with your Apple ID, if you don’t have one, you need to create one at first. You can view and manage all the podcasts you've submitted there. Click on the "+" button the submit a new podcast feed. Validate and submit. You can check the status of your iTunes submission in Podcasts Connect.
We offer Apple Podcast Management (manage all of the above) for a small price. You provide the content and we make sure it get to your listeners. Contact Us to find out more.
To get a podcast on Spotify, please follow these simple steps:
While excellent episode content should always be the focus of your show, your podcast cover art is the first thing new listeners will see in Spotify Podcasts or on social media. Potential listeners should be able to figure out what your show is about by glancing at your artwork. Read more about Spotify’s Podcast Requirements
Go to Spotify for Podcasters (https://podcasters.spotify.com/home), Spotify's podcast management area. Login with your spotify details, if you don’t have one, you need to create a Spotify account. You can view and manage all the podcasts you've submitted there. On the left hand menu click on "Add or claim your podcast" button the submit a new podcast feed, follow verification steps and then submit.
We offer Spotify Podcast Management (manage all of the above) for a small price. You provide the content and we make sure it get to your listeners. Contact Us to find out more.
You can think of your RSS feed as an address for your podcast! This is where all your data is kept and where your podcast lives. This page is not usually meant for your listeners to access your podcast, instead, directories use your RSS feed to access all of the content for your podcast and populate your listings! Every Church Podcast Podcast comes with its own unique RSS feed that will hold the content for your podcast. You may need your RSS feed when submitting to directories or working with sponsors!
So you know what your podcast is about, you have started recording your episodes and you are ready to upload your episode to Church Podcast! Church Podcast makes it easy to add a new episode from scratch. Please follow the below steps to get a new episode live on Church Podcast.
For an episode to be available on a podcast it must contain the Podcast file type. E.g. For an episode to be available on a "video" podcast it must contain a video file. You can upload nearly any file type to Church Podcast, but you’ll have the best results with a high-quality MP3 or MP4 files. Spending a bit of time to get the best sounding recording will drastically improve the final audio/video file. Make sure you check descriptions for any spelling errors before publishing. You can select a future publish date to make you Episode available at a later date.
Podcasts are a collection of audio/video series that usually focus on a certain subject or topic. For the uninitiated, you can easily subscribe to your favorite podcast show on your smartphone to hear podcast episodes on various topics.
Our API is intended for 3rd parties wishing to integrate their applications with our podcast hosting service. This API and has been designed around RESTful concepts with JSON for serialization. Full documentation is available on SwaggerHub. Please note that currently we only support users issuing access tokens to themselves (Personal Access Token).
To create a Personal Access token please follow these steps. On the top right hand corner of you account, click on your initials. From the dropdown menu option click on API and then click on the "Create New Token" button.
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