Podcast not updating feedburner
In 2010, we wrote our popular step by step guide on how to setup Feed Burner.
A little over a year ago, we decided to stop using Feed Burner for all of our sites.
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With most podcast hosts you are locked into their feed and if they go under like - Podango, Podcast Spot, Podshow Creator, Gcast and others - then you are dead in the water.Please read this documentation thoroughly before posting on the support forum.Add-ons Seriously Simple Podcasting comes with a growing library of add-ons.I'm relatively new to podcasting and submitted my rss feed to i Tunes prior to knowing about Feed Burner. Speaks Now, you have a “301 permanent redirection” placed on your Sound Cloud RSS feed. i Tunes and other directories may take a few days to stop sending requests to the old URL and change the address to your new one.
My podcast is currently hosted on Sound Cloud and there seems to be no easy way to redirect i Tunes to Feed Burner on Sound Cloud's end. Anytime a podcast app, including the i Tunes directory, requests the Sound Cloud RSS URL, it will be redirected to the RSS URL you set. Note that visiting the Sound Cloud feed URL in a browser will return a message: This RSS feed has been redirected, and Sound Cloud cannot guarantee the safety of external links.Ever since we have received hundreds of questions about various Feed Burner bugs, issues, etc.