With YouTube now offering more features for podcasters, it might be time for you to get your show on there. Software platform Audioship makes it super easy to get your podcast onto YouTube.
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Now that YouTube's offering more features for podcasters,
you might be thinking of adding your own podcast to YouTube.
If so, one of the easiest ways to do this is through Audioship.
Audioship makes it simple by taking your existing podcast RSS feed
and letting you add your own images or using your existing artwork
and uploading that straight to YouTube.
Not only does it upload your artwork,
but it adds your title and episode description too.
It's really quick, with a 4-minute audio clip taking just 6 seconds.
So even like a 30 or 40-minute episode doesn't take that long to convert and upload.
As I mentioned, you can either add your RSS feed
and you can have multiple podcasts on your account,
And then when you have a new episode you would just upload that from Audioship.
Or you can upload your mp3 file straight to Audioship
and they'll convert the audio file ready to upload that way.
I've been using Audioship for about 6 months now and it's super easy to use.
Now given this isn't creating videos for YouTube as in moving videos,
this is just taking a static artwork and your episode audio
and converting it ready to upload to YouTube directly.
But if that's something you want to look at, it's probably the easiest option I've found so far.
I'll leave a link in the show notes so be sure to check them out too.
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