Podcasting Part 2 - RSS Feed
Podcasting Part 2 - RSS Feed
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Creative Cow Podcast Host Franklin McMahon examines how to write an RSS feed, the easy to create XML text file used for podcast subscriptions. He goes over how to create one from scratch, programs that do it for you, proper iTunes tags and how to validate your feed.
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