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December 02, 2005

Podcast Directories & One Cool Player

Here's a followup to my recent post on how to Create a FREE Music Podcast ...

I just discovered a cool Flash-based podcast player called the PupuPlayer from Pupu Studios. It's free and involves no messy installation by you or your fans.

Test it out by listening to my Artist Empowerment Radio podcast now:

PupuPlayer FREE

Offering an easy streaming option to test your podcast might be a wise move to cozy up to those folks who are still unsure about podcast feeds, subscriptions and downloading.

Click Yourself Into Submission

And here are four directories where you can quickly submit your podcast:

Yahoo! Podcasts (this is new and in beta mode)

Podcast Alley

Podcast.net

Podnova.com

Get busy doing your thing, baby!

-Bob

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posted by Bob Baker @ 11:07 AM   2 comments


2 Comments:

At Dec 10, 2005, 5:46:00 PM, Anonymous Natalie Brown said...

Artists will want to register for the Podsafe Music Network as an awesome tool to get your music into Podcasts and market CD's and build fanbase. The link t o register is http://music.podshow.com/music/artists/register.php
It's been a really great way for me to expose my music to a whole new audience globally!

All the best,
Natalie Brown

 
At Dec 20, 2005, 2:35:00 AM, Anonymous Dan Safkow said...

Bob,

To help podcasters submit their shows to all the directories, I've created a directory of directories at www.PodcastOptimization.com. There's over 60 listings with Alexa rankings and links directly to the submission pages.

Best wishes,

Dan Safkow

 

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