How to Add a Podcast Feed to Your WordPress Site –

How to Add a Podcast Feed to Your WordPress Site - WP Mayor

Need to add a podcast feed to your WordPress site?

Many podcasts have an RSS feed, making it easier to offer a curated collection of podcasts tailored to your website’s readers. All you need to achieve this is this guide’s invaluable tools.

With millions of podcasts available, you have a nearly unlimited supply of valuable content for your website at your fingertips.

Thanks to WP RSS Aggregator, it’s easy to add any podcast feed with an audio player to your WordPress site.

For example, Jean Galea uses WP RSS Aggregator to display an audio player with his Mastermind.fm podcast on his website.

A screenshot of a podcast in an audio player imported via RSS feed.

Every time a new episode is released, the player updates automatically.

Sounds good, right? Wait, it gets better!

In this post, we’ll show you how to offer podcast feeds in an audio player on your website – and even automatically publish posts for each episode.

Using WP RSS Aggregator, you are not limited to only your podcast. You can add any podcast feed from any podcast to your website.

Let’s dive right in!

How to Show Any Podcast Feed on Your Website

To show podcast feeds with an audio player like the following example, you’ll need the base WP RSS Aggregator plugin to add podcast feeds and the $39 Templates add-on for adding the audio player.

A screenshot of podcasts added to a website with the plugin's grid template type.Podcast feeds with an audio player

Before we get into the in-depth tutorial, I’d like to introduce the plugin. WP RSS Aggregator and its add-ons make it easy to add podcast feeds by simply inserting the WP RSS Aggregator feeds block in the editor.

A screenshot of adding the WP RSS Aggregator Feeds block in the WordPress editor.

You can then use the block settings to customize the block’s appearance.

A screenshot of the block settings for the WP RSS Aggregator feed block with a field to include or exclude feed sources.

Note: WP RSS Aggregator

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This article was written by Emily Siliwon and originally published on WP Mayor.

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