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  1. Hah! Almost instantly, that worked. My show is now on Google Podcasts. 😁
  2. This code in the header via code injection allowed me to remove the link tag. I'm not sure if it'll be effective with Google's scraping of the site. I guess that will depend on whether they run scripts with their bots in the same way a loading browser does. But beyond that, can you think of anything wrong with this code? <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.4.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $("link[rel='alternate'][title='RSS Feed']").remove(); </script>
  3. Thanks for the reply. I did reach out to Customer Care, and they said they don't provide the feature. I asked them about a code injection "hack" to temporarily address it, and they told me i should try here to see if anyone has any suggestions, since they don't provide support for custom code. How would i go about requesting that as a feature?
  4. I have a squarespace site as my main home page for my new podcast, but i use a dedicated podcast host (simplecast) to actually host my episodes and provide the rss feed. Most Podcast platforms (Apple, spotify, etc) simply require registering that feed, in order to get a show listed. However Google Podcasts, has no submission process, they just scrape sites and look for specific criteria. Namely that the home page url in the podcast feed points to a page that has a corresponding <link> tag of rel type "alternate" that has a url pointing to the feed. So they're effectively pointing at
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