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Help with managing your Podiant-hosted podcast website.
Using your own domain name with your podcast website
Instead of using the *.podiant.co domain for your podcast, you can purchase a domain name (from a service like I Want My Name) and point that domain to Podiant. The simplest approach: use Cloudflare Please note: the below is only a suggestion, and involves steps which, if followed incorrectly may cause your domain name or website to stop working. If you're in doubt, contact your domain provider or Cloudflare. Podiant cannot and does not provide support for do
From the dashboard On the left sidebar menu, click on “Podcast” to get to the settings page. Then click on “website." Banner image The best image depends on screen size and theme, but 1200 pixels wide by around 600 pixels tall will look decent at lots of different browser widths and screen resolutions. You can use Adobe Photoshop, Pixelmator, GIMP (free and open-source), or other photo editors to adjust the pixel size.** Theme** Choose from one of the available themes.
People and robots don't read your site’s content the same way. Generally, you should write material with people in mind so that it’s engaging, varied, and concise. Here, you have the option to cater to the search options' preferences without affecting what listeners will see on your website. From the dashboard On the left sidebar menu, click on “Podcast” to get to the settings page. Then click on “discoverability.” Page Title and Page Description If you don’t fill out this i
Before you plan your first episode, there are some important settings to fill out that will affect the default time, artwork, and searchability of your podcast. From the dashboard On the left sidebar menu, click on “Podcast” to get to the settings page. Fill out every line: name, feed title, subtitle, author, owner name, owner email, language, copyright, categories, keywords, description, artwork and timezone. Each enhances the searchability of your podcast across different pla
Telling your listeners who you are
Host pages are a great way to learn more about the people making the podcast, acquire their contact information, and to see what other projects they’ve done. From the dashboard On the left sidebar menu, click on “Hosts” and then “+ New host.” Fill out form to add a host Fill out as much information as possible. There's no limit. You might include your location, any other podcasts you work on, and anything else you'd like listeners to know about you. A photo will not auto