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Lynn Terry
September 3rd, 2009, 04:52 PM
While I am a co-host on the IMTW Podcast (http://www.internetmarketingthisweek.com), I have absolutely no idea about the technology behind recording and distributing it.

I do know that you can set up a podcast at BlogTalkRadio.com, which will have it's on feed and can also be put into iTunes from there. A very simple all-in-one solution for the non-techies.

September 3rd, 2009, 08:21 PM
I would think what you use would be tied into where you host and store your files

You can create your own RSS Assign the feed a name and save it.

Several RSS resources say that all RSS feeds have the extension .rss or .xml.

In reality, however, an RSS feed can have any extension or no file extension.

Several RSS feed generating software written in hypertext preprocessor (PHP) use the .php extension for the feeds they create.

It is also for the sake of keeping things simple and filenames indicating their content that people might add .rss or .xml extensions to RSS feeds.

Without actually including an audio file, you can include a standard link in your RSS feed directing the users towards a file which when selected allows the surfers to download it.

The subscribers can refer to it repeatedly and when ever they want to.