Created in 2005 specifically for the non-technical user, our personally programmed podcasting system gives you once-and-done uploading. Fill out a simple online form each week with your message’s information; i.e. title, date, speaker, etc. and upload your sermon mp3 file. Our cloud-based software maintains your podcast feed, meaning your sermon appears instantly on our provided Sermon Player for your website, in your RSS feed, and on your iTunes Page. The same process is used to upload your videos and any sermon notes you might wish to share. What you get:
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You receive online hosting with us (iTunes does not host podcasts or feeds
) for a year's worth of MP3 sermons, in other words, 52. And you get the unmetered bandwidth to share them online. Need storage for more sermons? Contact us for pricing.
Our software lives in the cloud so you don't need to install programs. All you need is an Internet connection and your recorded sermons to get started.
We provide an HTML5 Sermon Player for use on your website, meaning it will also work on non-Flash devices. Sermon sort, download and social media share are also included. Find out more about the sermon player here
For iTunes users, your sermon will also appear on your church or ministry's very own iTunes Page. Because iTunes is essentially a searchable directory of podcasts, iTunes does not host podcasts or feeds
. Our software takes care of sending this to the iTunes directory for you, so no need to update in several places. We can even help you set up your iTunes Page.
You'll also have your own reliable XML RSS feed. Our original proprietary RSS feed creator remains unbroken after a decade of solid use. We've served over 1 million sermon listens—and counting.
Easily upload a PDF of your sermon notes when you upload your sermon. Though it's not required for uploading, it's included in your church podcast package.
We provide you Listener Statistics so you'll know how often a sermon has been listened to, plus the geographic location of each listener.