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Friday, August 18, 2006

Another Podcast Host Service- GoDaddy

From Podcasting News:

go_daddy_go_daddy_go.jpgGoDaddy, a popular domain registrar and web hosting service, has introduced a new service for podcasters, Quick Podcast. The service is designed to let users easily publish and manage their shows.

"As North America's largest hosting provider, Go Daddy is in a strong position to support the podcasting community. I'm a podcaster myself with my show, 'Life Online,'" said Bob Parsons, CEO and founder of The Go Daddy Group, Inc. "The tools in Quick Podcast are ideal for small to medium-sized businesses, as well as individuals looking to get into the podcasting game."'s Quick Podcast, starting at $4.99 per month, helps users host and publish their podcast, using a Go Daddy developed platform. After uploading the media file for the program, the system generates and publishes the RSS feed.

Quick Podcast Features:

  • Ability to promote the podcast using a personalized domain name.
  • Simple, hosted Web page with templates and themes to showcase the podcast.
  • Onsite player for MP3 files, located on the podcast Web site for audio program listening.
  • Media management resources for organizing multimedia files.
  • Automatic notification to several podcast directories, including iTunes and, after users register with these services.
  • Statistic reporting to track the popularity of the podcast.
  • Customer support available 24/7/365.

More information is available at the GoDaddy site.

1 comment:

DecoderRing said...

Oh, those zany GoDaddy kids...

Isn't promising the "Ability to promote the podcast using a personalized domain name" kind of like the observation Hmmm... the internet is on computers now? I mean, it's kind of like hearing that a TV show is being broadcast in Colour, like we've just mastered the technology or something.

And at $4.99/month... gosh, with the savings over our Libsyn site... why I could get one month free every 41.67 years. By which point we should have The Red Panda all the way up to the disco era. Funkytown!

Sorry. It's Friday.