Guest post by Adam Hendricks.
So you’ve been thinking of starting a podcast and finally made it happen? Nice move! Once you have recorded, edited, and finalized everything (using a podcasting tool like Audacity, Zencastr, or Riverside.fm), it’s time to spread the life-changing audio programs to your audience.
While doing your own podcast hosting might seem like a good idea, it will prove a hard task in the long run. The problem is that generating an RSS feed requires technical skills. And not everyone can do this.
Still, if you feel that your ability is strong, go for it.
There is always another way apart from uploading it straight to a publisher like Apple Podcasts. Here’s what you need to know.