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Setting up your podcast website
Setting up your podcast website
Updated over a week ago

Why have a Podcast Website?

It’s important to have a web presence for your podcast, especially for listeners who prefer to listen via the website. A podcast website adds to your online visibility, helps with SEO, and gives your podcast a home on the internet that you own and can control. Alitu creates a simple website for your podcast which includes all the important info about your podcast including:

  • Podcast Name

  • Podcast Artwork

  • Podcast Description

  • Podcast Episodes

  • Directory links

  • Social links

  • Website link

How to set up your Alitu Website

Navigate to Settings >> 'Podcast Website' settings, click 'Create my Free Podcast Website' and then follow the steps below:

  1. Enter a subdomain for your show. This subdomain will be followed by so it will look something like this, where your actual subdomain will show in place of the word, subdomain. Click the 'Claim' button.

  2. It will take about 24 hours for your subdomain to become active, so please don't make any changes to this subdomain once you have set it or you will reset the clock.

  3. If your podcast is new and you don't have links to your Apple, Google, and Spotify pages yet, skip these for now.

  4. You can continue filling in the social media links, as well as a link to your personal website if you like, and then click 'Save settings'.

  5. Then, add your Website Footer Text which is any legal text that you want to add, usually your name or the name of your company, and click, 'Save settings'.

  6. You can check the #MadeWithAlitu button and a badge will appear on your website.

Here is an example of what your podcast website will look like:

To delete your website, click the delete button at the bottom. Please note that your domain will be available for other users and this step cannot be undone.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us by clicking the chat icon in the lower right corner of this page.

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