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How to publish your podcast to Apple

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How to Submit Your RSS Feed to iTunes/Apple Podcasts

Are you pondering over how to submit your podcast and RSS feed to Apple Podcasts/iTunes? If yes, you're at the right place. Submitting your show to Apple Podcasts is an easy way to put your podcast before millions of potential followers and fans.

Ready to jump in? Let's go!

How to Submit Your RSS Feed to iTunes/Apple Podcasts

Step 1: Log in to iTunes Connect

Step 2: Validate your podcast’s RSS feed. Copy and paste your feed into the URL field and hit “Validate.”

Step 3: Now, verify your show’s details. This is your opportunity to ensure everything appears as it should.

Step 4: If everything looks correct, click the “Validate” button. You’ll see a "Podcast successfully submitted for review" message, and you will also receive an email from the iTunes Store confirming your show is now under review.

iTunes will review your feed before accepting your submission. The approval process could take from an hour to a couple of days.

Example of the "Feed under Review" Email You'll Receive from the iTunes Store

Once your show is approved, you'll receive a confirmation email. Your show will then be available in the iTunes Store within the next few hours.

Simple, isn't it?

Confirmation Email from the iTunes Store

You're on a Roll! 🎲

Now that your show is heading to Apple Podcasts, it's time to submit it to other major directories.

Here are easy-to-follow, step-by-step submission guides for the most popular podcast directories:

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Article written by Dylan Moore

Dylan, originaly from Turkey, discovered his passion for programming and podcasting online. Him and his team later founded PodApp, a user-friendly platform designed to make podcasting accessible to everyone. Read more