Re: Podcasting platforms besides WordPress?
- Hey Shwano,
We started out using my .mac. It was easy and a quick way of jumping into the podcast
world. Soon we wanted more control, a better looking site and room to grow. We ended
up going to Go Daddy. It's been a good move so far for us. I use quick blogcast to post
the shows and we have plenty of bandwidth and storage for now. Tim and I have been
talking about going to Word Press. As you pointed out, it appears that much of the
podcast community uses WP. I just bought a publication on WP to try and learn more. I
have to admit that I'm still a newbe when it comes to some of this stuff. I think that we
will progress up to WP in the next year. I still have to learn a lot more about it. I think Tim
has been talking to you and Erk about WP.
Still having fun.
--- In email@example.com, "Shawn Thorpe" <shawnogordo@...> wrote:
> Just curious. Anyone out there running a podcast site that's built on
> something other than WordPress? If so, what are you using? Do you like
> it? Have you used WordPress, and if you have, how do you feel it compares
> to your current podcasting platform?
> -Shawn "Shawno" Thorpe
> Hyper Nonsense - Talk/comedy podcast from central California
> Shawnogram - Content = life.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 3:00 PM, Angelo <cio@...> wrote:
> We at Blubrry have herd complains about Podpress for nearly a yearI'm using Powepress with my new podcast http://evoat11.com and it
> now. After Wordpress 2.5 came out and Podpress no longer worked
> correctly, we quickly responded by developing our own Podcasting
> plugin called Blubrry Powerpress. http://www.blubrry.com/powerpress/
works brilliantly. Very lightweight. Install was moronically simple.
Highly recommended. Hooray for Angelo.