Below is a list of instructions on how to find your podcast RSS feed on popular Podcast hosting platforms.

We hope the list below is helpful, however, if you don't see your host, feel free to contact us at support@audioburst.com and we'll be happy to help you locate your show's RSS! 😊

Blubrry:
Thanks to a great partnership between Audioburst and Blubrry, you can start a Creators account directly from within the Blubrry platform, and Blubrry will automatically communicate your podcast RSS feed to Creators.

Anchor:
Click 'Settings' at the top right of your Anchor dashboard
Select 'Distribution'
Locate 'Your RSS Feed' to see your Anchor feed
Click the purple 'Copy' button to copy your feed and paste where necessary 


Soundcloud:
You can find your podcast RSS feed URL by clicking on the three dots on the top right corner of your header and clicking “Settings” in the drop down bar.
Your RSS feed is in the Content tab of the Settings page:

Podbean:
To find your RSS feed url in your Podbean account go to "Settings"-"Feed/iTunes" page.
Normally, your podcast feed URL is https://subdomain.podbean.com/feed.xml.

Simplecast:
On Simplecast, you will find your RSS feed url on the Distribution settings page:
Click the drop-down menu in upper left corner next to your cover art.
Click 'Distribution Settings'
You will see 'Podcast Distribution' highlighted in the sidebar.
Your RSS Feed URL is in the first box.
Click the 'Copy' button to copy to your clipboard.

Buzzsprout:
On Buzzsprout you will find your RSS feed url by clicking on the “iTunes & Directories” tab and then select the “RSS Feed” tab. Now “Copy” your RSS Feed.

Spreaker:
To get your RSS feed from Spreaker go to the Content Management System (CMS) and select your show.  
Clicking on the RSS link button, will open the RSS Status box.

Audioboom:
On your Audioboom dashboard select podcast settings and click on RSS at the bottom of the page: 

To learn more about RSS feeds visit: http://support.audioburst.com/en/articles/3528649-what-is-an-rss-feed

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