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Free SSL certificate for your podcast website – why you need HTTPS

From the beginning, Transistor has featured secure (SSL) podcast feeds. For example, the feed URL for our Build your SaaS podcast is: https://feeds.transistor.fm/build-your-saas On Podbase (the podcast feed validator) Transistor’s feeds get the highest score possible: Our built-in podcast websites are also secured by SSL when hosted on our domain: https://saas.transistor.fm What we haven’t had, until now, is …

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How to upload a podcast to iTunes and Apple Podcasts

The most confusing step for new podcasters is figuring out how to upload a podcast to iTunes and Apple Podcasts. Spoiler: you can’t actually upload your podcast to iTunes. Apple doesn’t host your podcast’s audio files, RSS feed, or website. I’ll tell you more about that below. Apple’s podcast directory is important, for three reasons: …

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How to get more podcast reviews on iTunes and Apple Podcasts

Once your podcast has been submitted to Apple Podcasts, it’s really important that you get initial traction. The number of ratings, downloads, and subscribers you get will determine how you rank in iTunes. Here’s how to ask people to review your podcast. Email template for asking for podcast reviews This is the template I use. …

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