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Audio Podcast Publishing Workflow

Audio Podcast Publishing Workflow 1. Media File Tagging Edit ID3 Tags (for HP3 exporting) Once your media file (e.g. MP3 file) has been produced it needs to be tagged with ID3 tags to embed information about the content producer, episode name, album art, podcast name etc. Without this information, audience members will struggle to find/sort your content and may even miss an episode from you. Do not miss this vital initial step! Fomat: D1 more compatble) G D2 more feble) Tle: Ep1- Tag Your MP3 Fles Atst: podcastruggetsgmal.com Abum: PodcasNugoets Track Number. 1 Year. 2011 Tagging can often be done using audio editing software, but often does not support all tags (e.g. Embedding album art). Couple of suggestions below for good ID3 tagging products Gerve Speech Comments Cancel OK MP3Tag Free MP3 tag editor software for Windows users: MP3Tag. Available from http://mp3tag.de ID3 Editor Free ID3 tag editor software for MAC users: ID3 Editor. Available from http://pa-software.com 2. Media Hosting MP3 Filename: Episode1.mp3 Some form of hosting (i.e. web/server space) is required to store media files (e.g. MP3, MP4 files). Must have capacity to store & deliver large media files at reasonable transfer rates - regular web site hosting (e.g. to host a blog) is generally not suitable Upload MP3 Filename: Episode2.mp3 Episodes uploaded after production from PC/Mac machine to hosting site. Files transferred using FTP or HTTP (web browser) – hosting provider dependant. MP3 Filename: Episode3.mp3 Media Files Podcast episodes are stored as media files (e.g. .mp3, .mov, .mp4 etc.), one per episode These are the actual files that will be downloaded by listeners (using İTunes etc.). MP3 Filename: Episode4.mp3 3. Blog/Show Notes Episode 1 Use a blogging platform (e.g. Blogger.com, wordpress.com) or show notes facility provided by media hosting provider to create a set of show notes for each episode. (Note: this is generally a different area of web space to the media hosting used to store МP3 fles.) <enclosure: http://Epl.mp3> Episode 2 <enclosure: http://Ep2.mp3> Enclosure Episode 3 Each show notes entry must include an 'enclosure'. This is a pointer to where the episode MP3 file can be found on your media hosting. <enclosure: http://Ep3.mp3> Episode 4 RSS Feed The platform used to create show notes must automatically create an RSS feed which contains show notes and enclosure <enclosure: http://Ep4.mp3> information. 4. RSS Feed http://podcastnuggets.com/feed/ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTr-8"?> <Pxml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" media <?xml-stylesheet type-"text/ess" media <rss xmlns: atom-"http://www.w3.org/200 The RSS feed is created automatically by the blog platform used to create the show notes. It is a file (very much like a web page) that contains information about each show (e.g. Show notes, published date, show title) and includes the enclosure element that points to the media file (e.g. MP3 file) on the media hosting. XML <channel> <atom:id>tag :blogger.com, 1999:blog-585 <lastBuildDate>Sat, 26 Feb 2011 14:38: <title>Podcast Nuggets</title> <description>Tips to help you improve <link>http://podcastnuggets.blogspot.c <managingEditor>noreply@blogger.com (N <generator>Blogger</generator> <opensearch totalResults>6</opensearch The RSS feed is generated in a mark-up language called XML (eXtensible Markup Language). It looks very much like HTML that is used to create web pages, but has different elements that describe information about the podcast, rather than a web page. Devices and software used to download podcasts can decode the XML so that they understand where to get the podcast episode files from. RSS Feed URL The RSS feed URL is the actual web address of the RSS feed that is created. It will vary from platform to platform, but will generally be something similar to : http://podcastnuggets.com/ feed/ Raw feed A 5. Feedburner Strictly speaking, it is possible to take the RSS feed address created from your show notes blog and submit it directly to podcast directories (such as iTunes) and other services that use RSS feeds. However, there are at least couple of reasons that you should 'burn' (well, enhance is probably a better word) your feed with Google's Feedburner service. <media:keywords>Jeff, Galloway, Run/Walk media:category scheme="http://www.itu <itunes: owner> <itunes: email>thegallowayextramiletgma <itunes: name>thegallowayextramile@gmai <itunes: author>thegallowayextramile gm <itunes: explicit>clean</itunes:explici <itunes: image href="http://sites.goog <itunes: keywords>Jeff,Galloway, Run/Wal iTunes Tags Using Feedburner ensures that a number of important tags are added into your feed to ensure that it appears in the correct iTunes category, displays the correct artwork in iTunes etc. <itunes: subtitle>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes:summary>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes: category text="Sports samp; R <itunes: category text="Amateur" /></it Portability Using Feedburner also means you have independence & flexibility where you generate your RSS feed from. If you move your blog/show notes/hosting, your feed address remains the same and you don't lose listeners if you shift your podcast's home. This is the key reason why YOU SHOULD USE FEEDBURNER, Enhanced A feed 6. Podcast Directories & Social Media Twitterfeed RSSGraffiti iTunes Zune Twitter Facebook Content Consumers (podcast download, streaming, web site Flash/HTML5 player etc.) (http://PodcastNuggets.com - v1.2) Audio Podcast Publishing Workflow 1. Media File Tagging Edit ID3 Tags (for HP3 exporting) Once your media file (e.g. MP3 file) has been produced it needs to be tagged with ID3 tags to embed information about the content producer, episode name, album art, podcast name etc. Without this information, audience members will struggle to find/sort your content and may even miss an episode from you. Do not miss this vital initial step! Fomat: D1 more compatble) G D2 more feble) Tle: Ep1- Tag Your MP3 Fles Atst: podcastruggetsgmal.com Abum: PodcasNugoets Track Number. 1 Year. 2011 Tagging can often be done using audio editing software, but often does not support all tags (e.g. Embedding album art). Couple of suggestions below for good ID3 tagging products Gerve Speech Comments Cancel OK MP3Tag Free MP3 tag editor software for Windows users: MP3Tag. Available from http://mp3tag.de ID3 Editor Free ID3 tag editor software for MAC users: ID3 Editor. Available from http://pa-software.com 2. Media Hosting MP3 Filename: Episode1.mp3 Some form of hosting (i.e. web/server space) is required to store media files (e.g. MP3, MP4 files). Must have capacity to store & deliver large media files at reasonable transfer rates - regular web site hosting (e.g. to host a blog) is generally not suitable Upload MP3 Filename: Episode2.mp3 Episodes uploaded after production from PC/Mac machine to hosting site. Files transferred using FTP or HTTP (web browser) – hosting provider dependant. MP3 Filename: Episode3.mp3 Media Files Podcast episodes are stored as media files (e.g. .mp3, .mov, .mp4 etc.), one per episode These are the actual files that will be downloaded by listeners (using İTunes etc.). MP3 Filename: Episode4.mp3 3. Blog/Show Notes Episode 1 Use a blogging platform (e.g. Blogger.com, wordpress.com) or show notes facility provided by media hosting provider to create a set of show notes for each episode. (Note: this is generally a different area of web space to the media hosting used to store МP3 fles.) <enclosure: http://Epl.mp3> Episode 2 <enclosure: http://Ep2.mp3> Enclosure Episode 3 Each show notes entry must include an 'enclosure'. This is a pointer to where the episode MP3 file can be found on your media hosting. <enclosure: http://Ep3.mp3> Episode 4 RSS Feed The platform used to create show notes must automatically create an RSS feed which contains show notes and enclosure <enclosure: http://Ep4.mp3> information. 4. RSS Feed http://podcastnuggets.com/feed/ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTr-8"?> <Pxml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" media <?xml-stylesheet type-"text/ess" media <rss xmlns: atom-"http://www.w3.org/200 The RSS feed is created automatically by the blog platform used to create the show notes. It is a file (very much like a web page) that contains information about each show (e.g. Show notes, published date, show title) and includes the enclosure element that points to the media file (e.g. MP3 file) on the media hosting. XML <channel> <atom:id>tag :blogger.com, 1999:blog-585 <lastBuildDate>Sat, 26 Feb 2011 14:38: <title>Podcast Nuggets</title> <description>Tips to help you improve <link>http://podcastnuggets.blogspot.c <managingEditor>noreply@blogger.com (N <generator>Blogger</generator> <opensearch totalResults>6</opensearch The RSS feed is generated in a mark-up language called XML (eXtensible Markup Language). It looks very much like HTML that is used to create web pages, but has different elements that describe information about the podcast, rather than a web page. Devices and software used to download podcasts can decode the XML so that they understand where to get the podcast episode files from. RSS Feed URL The RSS feed URL is the actual web address of the RSS feed that is created. It will vary from platform to platform, but will generally be something similar to : http://podcastnuggets.com/ feed/ Raw feed A 5. Feedburner Strictly speaking, it is possible to take the RSS feed address created from your show notes blog and submit it directly to podcast directories (such as iTunes) and other services that use RSS feeds. However, there are at least couple of reasons that you should 'burn' (well, enhance is probably a better word) your feed with Google's Feedburner service. <media:keywords>Jeff, Galloway, Run/Walk media:category scheme="http://www.itu <itunes: owner> <itunes: email>thegallowayextramiletgma <itunes: name>thegallowayextramile@gmai <itunes: author>thegallowayextramile gm <itunes: explicit>clean</itunes:explici <itunes: image href="http://sites.goog <itunes: keywords>Jeff,Galloway, Run/Wal iTunes Tags Using Feedburner ensures that a number of important tags are added into your feed to ensure that it appears in the correct iTunes category, displays the correct artwork in iTunes etc. <itunes: subtitle>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes:summary>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes: category text="Sports samp; R <itunes: category text="Amateur" /></it Portability Using Feedburner also means you have independence & flexibility where you generate your RSS feed from. If you move your blog/show notes/hosting, your feed address remains the same and you don't lose listeners if you shift your podcast's home. This is the key reason why YOU SHOULD USE FEEDBURNER, Enhanced A feed 6. Podcast Directories & Social Media Twitterfeed RSSGraffiti iTunes Zune Twitter Facebook Content Consumers (podcast download, streaming, web site Flash/HTML5 player etc.) (http://PodcastNuggets.com - v1.2) Audio Podcast Publishing Workflow 1. Media File Tagging Edit ID3 Tags (for HP3 exporting) Once your media file (e.g. MP3 file) has been produced it needs to be tagged with ID3 tags to embed information about the content producer, episode name, album art, podcast name etc. Without this information, audience members will struggle to find/sort your content and may even miss an episode from you. Do not miss this vital initial step! Fomat: D1 more compatble) G D2 more feble) Tle: Ep1- Tag Your MP3 Fles Atst: podcastruggetsgmal.com Abum: PodcasNugoets Track Number. 1 Year. 2011 Tagging can often be done using audio editing software, but often does not support all tags (e.g. Embedding album art). Couple of suggestions below for good ID3 tagging products Gerve Speech Comments Cancel OK MP3Tag Free MP3 tag editor software for Windows users: MP3Tag. Available from http://mp3tag.de ID3 Editor Free ID3 tag editor software for MAC users: ID3 Editor. Available from http://pa-software.com 2. Media Hosting MP3 Filename: Episode1.mp3 Some form of hosting (i.e. web/server space) is required to store media files (e.g. MP3, MP4 files). Must have capacity to store & deliver large media files at reasonable transfer rates - regular web site hosting (e.g. to host a blog) is generally not suitable Upload MP3 Filename: Episode2.mp3 Episodes uploaded after production from PC/Mac machine to hosting site. Files transferred using FTP or HTTP (web browser) – hosting provider dependant. MP3 Filename: Episode3.mp3 Media Files Podcast episodes are stored as media files (e.g. .mp3, .mov, .mp4 etc.), one per episode These are the actual files that will be downloaded by listeners (using İTunes etc.). MP3 Filename: Episode4.mp3 3. Blog/Show Notes Episode 1 Use a blogging platform (e.g. Blogger.com, wordpress.com) or show notes facility provided by media hosting provider to create a set of show notes for each episode. (Note: this is generally a different area of web space to the media hosting used to store МP3 fles.) <enclosure: http://Epl.mp3> Episode 2 <enclosure: http://Ep2.mp3> Enclosure Episode 3 Each show notes entry must include an 'enclosure'. This is a pointer to where the episode MP3 file can be found on your media hosting. <enclosure: http://Ep3.mp3> Episode 4 RSS Feed The platform used to create show notes must automatically create an RSS feed which contains show notes and enclosure <enclosure: http://Ep4.mp3> information. 4. RSS Feed http://podcastnuggets.com/feed/ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTr-8"?> <Pxml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" media <?xml-stylesheet type-"text/ess" media <rss xmlns: atom-"http://www.w3.org/200 The RSS feed is created automatically by the blog platform used to create the show notes. It is a file (very much like a web page) that contains information about each show (e.g. Show notes, published date, show title) and includes the enclosure element that points to the media file (e.g. MP3 file) on the media hosting. XML <channel> <atom:id>tag :blogger.com, 1999:blog-585 <lastBuildDate>Sat, 26 Feb 2011 14:38: <title>Podcast Nuggets</title> <description>Tips to help you improve <link>http://podcastnuggets.blogspot.c <managingEditor>noreply@blogger.com (N <generator>Blogger</generator> <opensearch totalResults>6</opensearch The RSS feed is generated in a mark-up language called XML (eXtensible Markup Language). It looks very much like HTML that is used to create web pages, but has different elements that describe information about the podcast, rather than a web page. Devices and software used to download podcasts can decode the XML so that they understand where to get the podcast episode files from. RSS Feed URL The RSS feed URL is the actual web address of the RSS feed that is created. It will vary from platform to platform, but will generally be something similar to : http://podcastnuggets.com/ feed/ Raw feed A 5. Feedburner Strictly speaking, it is possible to take the RSS feed address created from your show notes blog and submit it directly to podcast directories (such as iTunes) and other services that use RSS feeds. However, there are at least couple of reasons that you should 'burn' (well, enhance is probably a better word) your feed with Google's Feedburner service. <media:keywords>Jeff, Galloway, Run/Walk media:category scheme="http://www.itu <itunes: owner> <itunes: email>thegallowayextramiletgma <itunes: name>thegallowayextramile@gmai <itunes: author>thegallowayextramile gm <itunes: explicit>clean</itunes:explici <itunes: image href="http://sites.goog <itunes: keywords>Jeff,Galloway, Run/Wal iTunes Tags Using Feedburner ensures that a number of important tags are added into your feed to ensure that it appears in the correct iTunes category, displays the correct artwork in iTunes etc. <itunes: subtitle>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes:summary>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes: category text="Sports samp; R <itunes: category text="Amateur" /></it Portability Using Feedburner also means you have independence & flexibility where you generate your RSS feed from. If you move your blog/show notes/hosting, your feed address remains the same and you don't lose listeners if you shift your podcast's home. This is the key reason why YOU SHOULD USE FEEDBURNER, Enhanced A feed 6. Podcast Directories & Social Media Twitterfeed RSSGraffiti iTunes Zune Twitter Facebook Content Consumers (podcast download, streaming, web site Flash/HTML5 player etc.) (http://PodcastNuggets.com - v1.2) Audio Podcast Publishing Workflow 1. Media File Tagging Edit ID3 Tags (for HP3 exporting) Once your media file (e.g. MP3 file) has been produced it needs to be tagged with ID3 tags to embed information about the content producer, episode name, album art, podcast name etc. Without this information, audience members will struggle to find/sort your content and may even miss an episode from you. Do not miss this vital initial step! Fomat: D1 more compatble) G D2 more feble) Tle: Ep1- Tag Your MP3 Fles Atst: podcastruggetsgmal.com Abum: PodcasNugoets Track Number. 1 Year. 2011 Tagging can often be done using audio editing software, but often does not support all tags (e.g. Embedding album art). Couple of suggestions below for good ID3 tagging products Gerve Speech Comments Cancel OK MP3Tag Free MP3 tag editor software for Windows users: MP3Tag. Available from http://mp3tag.de ID3 Editor Free ID3 tag editor software for MAC users: ID3 Editor. Available from http://pa-software.com 2. Media Hosting MP3 Filename: Episode1.mp3 Some form of hosting (i.e. web/server space) is required to store media files (e.g. MP3, MP4 files). Must have capacity to store & deliver large media files at reasonable transfer rates - regular web site hosting (e.g. to host a blog) is generally not suitable Upload MP3 Filename: Episode2.mp3 Episodes uploaded after production from PC/Mac machine to hosting site. Files transferred using FTP or HTTP (web browser) – hosting provider dependant. MP3 Filename: Episode3.mp3 Media Files Podcast episodes are stored as media files (e.g. .mp3, .mov, .mp4 etc.), one per episode These are the actual files that will be downloaded by listeners (using İTunes etc.). MP3 Filename: Episode4.mp3 3. Blog/Show Notes Episode 1 Use a blogging platform (e.g. Blogger.com, wordpress.com) or show notes facility provided by media hosting provider to create a set of show notes for each episode. (Note: this is generally a different area of web space to the media hosting used to store МP3 fles.) <enclosure: http://Epl.mp3> Episode 2 <enclosure: http://Ep2.mp3> Enclosure Episode 3 Each show notes entry must include an 'enclosure'. This is a pointer to where the episode MP3 file can be found on your media hosting. <enclosure: http://Ep3.mp3> Episode 4 RSS Feed The platform used to create show notes must automatically create an RSS feed which contains show notes and enclosure <enclosure: http://Ep4.mp3> information. 4. RSS Feed http://podcastnuggets.com/feed/ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTr-8"?> <Pxml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" media <?xml-stylesheet type-"text/ess" media <rss xmlns: atom-"http://www.w3.org/200 The RSS feed is created automatically by the blog platform used to create the show notes. It is a file (very much like a web page) that contains information about each show (e.g. Show notes, published date, show title) and includes the enclosure element that points to the media file (e.g. MP3 file) on the media hosting. XML <channel> <atom:id>tag :blogger.com, 1999:blog-585 <lastBuildDate>Sat, 26 Feb 2011 14:38: <title>Podcast Nuggets</title> <description>Tips to help you improve <link>http://podcastnuggets.blogspot.c <managingEditor>noreply@blogger.com (N <generator>Blogger</generator> <opensearch totalResults>6</opensearch The RSS feed is generated in a mark-up language called XML (eXtensible Markup Language). It looks very much like HTML that is used to create web pages, but has different elements that describe information about the podcast, rather than a web page. Devices and software used to download podcasts can decode the XML so that they understand where to get the podcast episode files from. RSS Feed URL The RSS feed URL is the actual web address of the RSS feed that is created. It will vary from platform to platform, but will generally be something similar to : http://podcastnuggets.com/ feed/ Raw feed A 5. Feedburner Strictly speaking, it is possible to take the RSS feed address created from your show notes blog and submit it directly to podcast directories (such as iTunes) and other services that use RSS feeds. However, there are at least couple of reasons that you should 'burn' (well, enhance is probably a better word) your feed with Google's Feedburner service. <media:keywords>Jeff, Galloway, Run/Walk media:category scheme="http://www.itu <itunes: owner> <itunes: email>thegallowayextramiletgma <itunes: name>thegallowayextramile@gmai <itunes: author>thegallowayextramile gm <itunes: explicit>clean</itunes:explici <itunes: image href="http://sites.goog <itunes: keywords>Jeff,Galloway, Run/Wal iTunes Tags Using Feedburner ensures that a number of important tags are added into your feed to ensure that it appears in the correct iTunes category, displays the correct artwork in iTunes etc. <itunes: subtitle>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes:summary>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes: category text="Sports samp; R <itunes: category text="Amateur" /></it Portability Using Feedburner also means you have independence & flexibility where you generate your RSS feed from. If you move your blog/show notes/hosting, your feed address remains the same and you don't lose listeners if you shift your podcast's home. This is the key reason why YOU SHOULD USE FEEDBURNER, Enhanced A feed 6. Podcast Directories & Social Media Twitterfeed RSSGraffiti iTunes Zune Twitter Facebook Content Consumers (podcast download, streaming, web site Flash/HTML5 player etc.) (http://PodcastNuggets.com - v1.2) Audio Podcast Publishing Workflow 1. Media File Tagging Edit ID3 Tags (for HP3 exporting) Once your media file (e.g. MP3 file) has been produced it needs to be tagged with ID3 tags to embed information about the content producer, episode name, album art, podcast name etc. Without this information, audience members will struggle to find/sort your content and may even miss an episode from you. Do not miss this vital initial step! Fomat: D1 more compatble) G D2 more feble) Tle: Ep1- Tag Your MP3 Fles Atst: podcastruggetsgmal.com Abum: PodcasNugoets Track Number. 1 Year. 2011 Tagging can often be done using audio editing software, but often does not support all tags (e.g. Embedding album art). Couple of suggestions below for good ID3 tagging products Gerve Speech Comments Cancel OK MP3Tag Free MP3 tag editor software for Windows users: MP3Tag. Available from http://mp3tag.de ID3 Editor Free ID3 tag editor software for MAC users: ID3 Editor. Available from http://pa-software.com 2. Media Hosting MP3 Filename: Episode1.mp3 Some form of hosting (i.e. web/server space) is required to store media files (e.g. MP3, MP4 files). Must have capacity to store & deliver large media files at reasonable transfer rates - regular web site hosting (e.g. to host a blog) is generally not suitable Upload MP3 Filename: Episode2.mp3 Episodes uploaded after production from PC/Mac machine to hosting site. Files transferred using FTP or HTTP (web browser) – hosting provider dependant. MP3 Filename: Episode3.mp3 Media Files Podcast episodes are stored as media files (e.g. .mp3, .mov, .mp4 etc.), one per episode These are the actual files that will be downloaded by listeners (using İTunes etc.). MP3 Filename: Episode4.mp3 3. Blog/Show Notes Episode 1 Use a blogging platform (e.g. Blogger.com, wordpress.com) or show notes facility provided by media hosting provider to create a set of show notes for each episode. (Note: this is generally a different area of web space to the media hosting used to store МP3 fles.) <enclosure: http://Epl.mp3> Episode 2 <enclosure: http://Ep2.mp3> Enclosure Episode 3 Each show notes entry must include an 'enclosure'. This is a pointer to where the episode MP3 file can be found on your media hosting. <enclosure: http://Ep3.mp3> Episode 4 RSS Feed The platform used to create show notes must automatically create an RSS feed which contains show notes and enclosure <enclosure: http://Ep4.mp3> information. 4. RSS Feed http://podcastnuggets.com/feed/ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTr-8"?> <Pxml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" media <?xml-stylesheet type-"text/ess" media <rss xmlns: atom-"http://www.w3.org/200 The RSS feed is created automatically by the blog platform used to create the show notes. It is a file (very much like a web page) that contains information about each show (e.g. Show notes, published date, show title) and includes the enclosure element that points to the media file (e.g. MP3 file) on the media hosting. XML <channel> <atom:id>tag :blogger.com, 1999:blog-585 <lastBuildDate>Sat, 26 Feb 2011 14:38: <title>Podcast Nuggets</title> <description>Tips to help you improve <link>http://podcastnuggets.blogspot.c <managingEditor>noreply@blogger.com (N <generator>Blogger</generator> <opensearch totalResults>6</opensearch The RSS feed is generated in a mark-up language called XML (eXtensible Markup Language). It looks very much like HTML that is used to create web pages, but has different elements that describe information about the podcast, rather than a web page. Devices and software used to download podcasts can decode the XML so that they understand where to get the podcast episode files from. RSS Feed URL The RSS feed URL is the actual web address of the RSS feed that is created. It will vary from platform to platform, but will generally be something similar to : http://podcastnuggets.com/ feed/ Raw feed A 5. Feedburner Strictly speaking, it is possible to take the RSS feed address created from your show notes blog and submit it directly to podcast directories (such as iTunes) and other services that use RSS feeds. However, there are at least couple of reasons that you should 'burn' (well, enhance is probably a better word) your feed with Google's Feedburner service. <media:keywords>Jeff, Galloway, Run/Walk media:category scheme="http://www.itu <itunes: owner> <itunes: email>thegallowayextramiletgma <itunes: name>thegallowayextramile@gmai <itunes: author>thegallowayextramile gm <itunes: explicit>clean</itunes:explici <itunes: image href="http://sites.goog <itunes: keywords>Jeff,Galloway, Run/Wal iTunes Tags Using Feedburner ensures that a number of important tags are added into your feed to ensure that it appears in the correct iTunes category, displays the correct artwork in iTunes etc. <itunes: subtitle>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes:summary>The Extra Mile Podcas <itunes: category text="Sports samp; R <itunes: category text="Amateur" /></it Portability Using Feedburner also means you have independence & flexibility where you generate your RSS feed from. If you move your blog/show notes/hosting, your feed address remains the same and you don't lose listeners if you shift your podcast's home. This is the key reason why YOU SHOULD USE FEEDBURNER, Enhanced A feed 6. Podcast Directories & Social Media Twitterfeed RSSGraffiti iTunes Zune Twitter Facebook Content Consumers (podcast download, streaming, web site Flash/HTML5 player etc.) (http://PodcastNuggets.com - v1.2)

Audio Podcast Publishing Workflow

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This is a post that I’ve been working on for quite a while, and I suspect it is a post that I will return to a number of times to update and improve based on feedback, comments and expanding knowled...

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