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How to submit Podcasts to iTunes / Add your Songs Free
Age: 30
Gender: Male
Joined: Sep 26 2008
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Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2009 6:52 am
Since announcing the new automatic podcasting feature for your songs on this topic, I wanted to better explain how you can submit your F3music podcast feed to iTunes. If you have chosen to keep podcasting enabled on your music account here, you will see the podcast icon on your music page.

Here is an example of where to find them:

If you scroll down the page a bit you will see that there is an individual podcast feed for the song alone. At the bottom of the page is a podcast for all of the songs that are not hidden and allow podcasting. (you can turn off podcasting for all or some songs from your music options admin page).

To submit your feeds to iTunes, open up your iTunes program and click on the Podcasting link located in the menu on the left:

NOTE: If all it pulls up is a dark gray page, click on the "Podcast Directory" link located on the bottom right of iTunes to display the podcasting section.

If all goes well you should see a page that is displaying the podcast store. Near the middle you will notice a purple image that reads "submit a Podcast" that looks like this:

Here is the direct url that the image links to:

There you will be taken to a page where it asks to submit your Podcast Feed URL. Enter your Podcast url that was automatically created by F3music and submit this info by clicking on the Continue button in iTunes. If approved by the iTunes staff your Podcast will be featured in iTunes The cool thing is that your podcast feed can also be submitted to sites like iGoogle and Feedburner which can also intrepret your feed and display your song information. Here are the links to those sites:

iGoogle Add Stuff page:


Of course your podcast can even be used by users to transfer your music to their iPhones and iPods. If you do not want to share your music in this fashion, be sure to login to your music account and disable the Podcasting feature in your music options. Enjoy!
Age: 30
Gender: Male
Joined: Sep 26 2008
Posts: 293
Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 4:03 am
As you can see, simple following these steps created a Podcast page for Dbro:

If you do a search for "Dbro" on iTunes podcasts you can find the page there
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