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Podcasting is the next step-up from blogging. Podcasting is done by many of these same people, though less frequently in pajamas, facing an electronic or audio recorder, while blogging is done by armies of pajama-clad common people. Small pieces are recorded, then spread via RSS 2.0 or Atom for their website, an average of a blog site. Listeners and viewers are able to acquire podcasts using podcast clients. An excellent podcast customer (for instance, Juice, CastPodder, or iTunes) will allow you to donate to the RSS/Atom feed of one's beloved podcasters and automatically down load the information to a computer or to a transportable audio player when new items are available.

Most podcasters develop their content in MP3 or MP4 audio or video files and publish them, relating to the document in a post. Users can then click the link to obtain the content if they're perhaps not immediately subscribed to the RSS/Atom feed. The issue has never experienced getting the content to the website, but in getting the content to work through the feed systems. New podcasting data will be automatically included by wordpress, in most cases, within your RSS/Atom feed system. This makes it easy for you to supply content and for your people to subscribe to that content.

For most of us, WordPress 1.5 and above will podcast simply and quickly. Dig up supplementary resources on principles by navigating to our cogent wiki. Whenever you link to the audio file in a WordPress article using the entire URL target, it automatically gives it towards the RSS/Atom supply and makes it useful as a podcast. Be sure you use a full address:

Wrong: My podcast

Right: My podcast

Your last step will be to put a link to your RSS/Atom feed on your page. By default, the feeds are located at the bottom of one's WordPress page. The web link should look something similar to this if you're using RSS:


The hyperlink will appear like this:, If you are using Atom


In earlier versions of WordPress, computerized links work for threads only, perhaps not for static pages. Because WordPress needs to keep accurate file measurement information, if you change an associated file you must be certain to republish the article containing the link. Your podcast won't work precisely