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  1. Wondering how to change/update my podcast category for Apple, since they recently realigned all their categories? Any help much appreciated.
  2. iTunes allows the inclusion of links in an episode description tag using the following format: <description> <content:encoded> <![CDATA[ <a href="http://www.apple.com">Apple</a> ]]> </content:encoded> </description> I have tried adding links in my Squarespace audio blog post description for iTunes but they get stripped out. I checked the RSS feed generated by Squarespace and noticed the following: <description> <![CDATA[ <p class="">For all comments on today’s episode, please use <a href="https://mysite.com">this link</a>.</p> ]]> </description> Are the links being stripped because there is no <content:encoded> tags in the RSS feed? Has anyone had any success in adding links to their episode descriptions? And why does Squarespace add the <p class=""> tag at the beginning of the description? It doesn't seem to do anything and could this be the reason the links are being stripped? Thanks
  3. Hi,I used to host my podcast in squarespace, but recently I switched to podbean. When I was hosting it on squarespace the rss feed was created through audioblogs, resulting in blog-posts with seperate sites for each episodes. This came in handy for the google search function, because when you googled the name of my guest and "interview" the seperate blog-post page popped up immediately. It does not do so with the podbean site and that makes me wonder if it is possible to automatically create a blog post page from my external rss feed or through some other workaround. This would also help with google ads, because these sites could be the landing pages of specific ads. Thanks for help!Jan
  4. Hi,as the title says I want to have the 301 redirect for my old podcast feed (https://www.futurehistories.today/podcast-episoden?format=rss) kept in place even though I diable the blog that created the rss-feed once. I tried disabling the site and putting in a manual redirect (/podcast-episoden?format=rss -> https://futurehistories.podbean.com/feed.xml 301), but it didn't work. I need this because if I don't disable the old blog page it will still pop up in search results and I can't put in a redirect for the blog page if the blog page is still enabled (a bit like -><-).Any help is highly appreciated . BestJan
  5. I did everything as described here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002267147-Transferring-a-podcast...but Podbean is telling me, that the 301 redirect isn't working. Why?
  6. I uploaded the podcast and it plays in RSS feed. I tested it with putting my RSS feed in iTunes with "Subscribe to podcast." It shows the art and decription and title of episode, but whenever I click play, it will quickly run a load bar saying "Reading item..." and then nothing happens. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
  7. Some of my podcast episodes are not streaming on Apple Podcasts. Apple support says it's because I need to enable HTTP HEAD and byte-range requests.
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