I think that's a great question; sometimes what seems simple or
obvious is more difficult to get accomplished than one would imagine.
I'm not going to presume to know how the moderators of the iPodder
directory choose podcasts, but since they finally added my podcast it
seems like they're accepting just about everyone. :) It took awhile
for me to get listed, but keep at it and I'm sure you'll get listed.
I had to fill out the link suggestion form a couple of times before I
saw my podcast get listed.
On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 10:35:40 -0500, julien smith <juliensmith@...> wrote:
> I realize that this sounds like an incredibly n00b question, but I'll
> ask it anyway. I have been producing a podcast for a little under a
> month now, have been able to ping audio.weblogs.com with no problems,
> and have been added to every other podcast directory *except* the
> ipodder.org one, and I've been unable to get it added. Is there an
> automated method to do this, wiki-like, or do I still have to email
> some individual as I have in the past?
> Now, I am looking for a FAQ that says somewhere that this particular
> directory is
> only for, say, new genres of podcasts, or particularly interesting
> ones according to the moderators of the list, but I've found no such
> thing. Adam Curry played an audio comment of mine on one of his shows
> a little while back (nov 17 I believe), so I'm assuming I'm not
> blacklisted somehow. Anyone had an experience similar to this?
> julien smith
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