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  • André Cury
    First, this is about where you put your podcast in. I m talking about podomatic, .com or other free hosters. I tried doing some experiences at podcasting and
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 19, 2006
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      First, this is about where you put your podcast in.

      I'm talking about podomatic, .com or other free hosters.
      I tried doing some experiences at podcasting and what I had a lot of trouble
      is where to put it. I experienced a little of podomatic.com , but I'm not
      sure if I liked it. I didnt found any place to change the html - which is
      bad - but the uploading of your soundarchive is perfect. Also, you have the
      iTunes thing done and everything. For people who know nothing - like me -
      its really good.

      To use a .com hoster, you must pay, and for those who can its fantastic.
      There are already special features for podcasters and they are perfect.

      One option that I liked was to use the www.cjb.net option. I can produce my
      own site at Front Page or similar and then put in there. But where to put
      the soundfiles? Simple, use the podomatic. Upload there, and then use the
      links for people to listen. Thats kinda creepy because you may lost some
      archives and if you dont have at your computer... Hastalavista.

      All I'm asking is to people who have nice podcasts to tell me how you
      started and what did you do?
      Thanks a lot,

      André.


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    • jasonvanorden
      André, If you re only looking for free hosting options for your podcast, then here s another solution to look into: 1. Start a blogger blog 2. Run your feed
      Message 2 of 6 , Jul 20, 2006
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        André,

        If you're only looking for free hosting options for your podcast, then
        here's another solution to look into:

        1. Start a blogger blog

        2. Run your feed through a FeedBurner.com account to add the iTunes
        tags and get some stats

        3. Store the audio files on an Ourmedia.org account

        All of the above pieces are free. Blogger gives you some control over
        the look of your site. I hope that helps.

        Jason Van Orden
        Author, Promoting Your Podcast
        Download a free chapter now:
        http://www.PromotingYourPodcast.com



        --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, "André Cury" <andrecury@...> wrote:
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        > First, this is about where you put your podcast in.
        >
        > I'm talking about podomatic, .com or other free hosters.
      • Dmitry Baranov
        Hello Andre, Thursday, July 20, 2006, 12:17:40 PM, you wrote: Also, you can use Feed Editor for making podcast feeds
        Message 3 of 6 , Jul 20, 2006
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          Hello Andre,

          Thursday, July 20, 2006, 12:17:40 PM, you wrote:

          Also, you can use Feed Editor for making podcast feeds
          (http://www.extralabs.net/feed-editor.htm), and host podcast files on
          your server...


          --
          Dmitry Baranov
        • Ramble Redhead
          Andre Make sure you download the program from Our Media called Our Media Publisher if you have large files to upload. Another suggestion if you try to upload
          Message 4 of 6 , Jul 20, 2006
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            Andre

            Make sure you download the program from Our Media called Our Media
            Publisher if you have large files to upload. Another suggestion if
            you try to upload a show and for some reason it won't work- rename the
            mp3 to something else before you try to upload it again.

            On occasion when using this program you will have to go to feedburner
            and ping the account or resync -both of these option are in your
            troubleshootize section.

            Good luck



            On 7/20/06, Dmitry Baranov <dbaranow@...> wrote:
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            > Hello Andre,
            >
            > Thursday, July 20, 2006, 12:17:40 PM, you wrote:
            >
            > Also, you can use Feed Editor for making podcast feeds
            > (http://www.extralabs.net/feed-editor.htm), and host podcast files on
            > your server...
            >
            > --
            > Dmitry Baranov
            >
            >


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          • sully2001ca
            I ve got another option for you. (You ll excuse me if this seems a bit copy-and-pasted, but it is - I tend to end up repeating myself in various places on the
            Message 5 of 6 , Jul 21, 2006
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              I've got another option for you. (You'll excuse me if this seems a bit
              copy-and-pasted, but it is - I tend to end up repeating myself in
              various places on the Web.)

              Here at myhosting.com, we've set up a free service we call MediaBlog
              <http://mediablog.mail2web.com/> with the aim of being extremely
              user-friendly. Once you register, simply enable podcasting in your Media
              area, upload your audio/video files into your designated podcast folder,
              and your podcast RSS feed is automatically generated for you. Done. Just
              spread around your feed URL, add it to iTunes, and wait for your
              listeners to tune in...

              There's also an integrated WYSIWYG blog service, and file sharing area
              with a gallery system for your media.

              Disk space and bandwidth = free and unlimited.

              MediaBlog
              http://mediablog.mail2web.com/


              Sully Syed

              --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, "Andr� Cury" <andrecury@...>
              wrote:
              >
              > First, this is about where you put your podcast in.
              >
              > I'm talking about podomatic, .com or other free hosters.
              > I tried doing some experiences at podcasting and what I had a lot of
              trouble
              > is where to put it. I experienced a little of podomatic.com , but I'm
              not
              > sure if I liked it. I didnt found any place to change the html - which
              is
              > bad - but the uploading of your soundarchive is perfect. Also, you
              have the
              > iTunes thing done and everything. For people who know nothing - like
              me -
              > its really good.
              >
              > To use a .com hoster, you must pay, and for those who can its
              fantastic.
              > There are already special features for podcasters and they are
              perfect.
              >
              > One option that I liked was to use the www.cjb.net option. I can
              produce my
              > own site at Front Page or similar and then put in there. But where to
              put
              > the soundfiles? Simple, use the podomatic. Upload there, and then use
              the
              > links for people to listen. Thats kinda creepy because you may lost
              some
              > archives and if you dont have at your computer... Hastalavista.
              >
              > All I'm asking is to people who have nice podcasts to tell me how you
              > started and what did you do?
              > Thanks a lot,
              >
              > Andr�.
              >
              >
              > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
              >



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            • André Cury
              Thanks to Sully Syed, Dmitry Baranov and Jason Van Orden. Those options are great and this e-mail is now with a star added. Thanks for the help, because I ll
              Message 6 of 6 , Jul 21, 2006
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                Thanks to Sully Syed, Dmitry Baranov and Jason Van Orden.
                Those options are great and this e-mail is now with a star added. Thanks for
                the help, because I'll try them all and choose the best for me.

                Kinds Regards,
                André Cury.


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