Podpage is designed to help users build a beautiful podcast website in 5 minutes (or less). With it, the vendor states users can automatically create a listener-friendly podcast site from an RSS feed, customize the design to create a professional look in a few clicks, without coding or technical knowledge necessary.
Web Content Creation Features
Supported: WYSIWYG editor
Supported: Content versioning
Supported: Admin section
Supported: Page templates
Supported: Library of website themes
Supported: Mobile optimization / responsive design
Supported: Publishing workflow
Supported: Content scheduling
Web Content Management Features
Supported: Internal content search
Supported: Content taxonomy
Supported: SEO support
Supported: Browser compatibility
Supported: Page caching
Supported: Built-in e-commerce / shopping cart
Supported: Community / comment management
Supported: Every podcast episode gets its own page with all relevant info, indexed in Google
Supported: Play episodes directly from your site
Supported: Link directly to your podcast players
Supported: Easy to remember links like /listen, /rate, /latest, and more.
Supported: Automatically import reviews from Apple Podcasts
Supported: Help new listeners find the best episodes to start with a new listener section.
Supported: Create simple, pretty links for sponsor and affiliate redirects.
Supported: Prompt iOS users to open your podcast directly in Apple Podcasts.
Supported: Easily paste your episode transcript to each episode page.
Supported: Make it as easy as possible for listeners to rate your show.
Supported: Include a video version of the episode on every episode page.
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Podpage gave me a great looking site without needing to know coding languages like HTML and CSS. It seamlessly pulls in what I need for each episode from Buzzsprout. And I’m confident the site will stay current over time.