I think the error message that comes up when you click on the RSS feed button is saying there's a problem with the images. I added my blog to Googreads, but posts that I've made since connecting it are not showing up. ..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Maybe you could try removing the images at the bottom of the most recent post on your blog. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" E. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Are there still issues with the RSS?All embeds including, images, audio and links need to be secure for your Podcast feed to be considered secure. Copy and Paste your Podcast RSS URL into a browser window 2.If the RSS feed does not display, Right click and select ' View the Page Source' If you are unfamiliar with viewing page source use this guide to find the page source. Ctrl F and search for the following word: 'enclosure' 4.There are definitely benefits to using i Tunes Connect, and we’re excited to see what other tools Apple launches for podcasters.If you’re using a service like Buzzsprout or Libsyn, you shouldn’t run into any issues here; most of the bigger podcast hosts won’t allow you to generate an invalid feed.Websites may publish content for download by applications using one of either the RSS or Atom protocols.Such content is commonly called a "news feed" or "RSS feed" or "syndication".
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When you use Thunderbird to handle your feeds, you can use the same presentation and tools (archiving, filters, search, etc.) that you are familiar with from managing your email messages. Your new account will now appear in Thunderbird's folder pane. Most media sites and blogs that are regularly updated have feeds. Look for a familiar RSS icon or text link on the site.
On most sites the link appears at the bottom or on the side of the home page. Right-click on the RSS link and copy the link’s address.
After clicking the "Validate" button on i Tunes, I got this message from them: "Podcast artwork must be between 1400 x 14 x 3000 pixels, JPG or PNG, in RGB color space, and hosted on a server that allows HTTP head requests." i Tunes does show one of my images, but the image doesn't meet their size requirements.
But how did it choose that image, and how can I make it choose a different one, one which meets their requirements? If you don’t add an image to your podcast's episode, i Tunes will use your Sound Cloud profile image as the default image for the episode.