Have you recently migrated your show from Redcircle to RSS.com? Great! Now make sure directories and listeners can find you at your new home at RSS.com by placing a redirect on your Redcircle account.
Important: Do not place a redirect until your podcast is fully migrated to your new feed at RSS.com. To learn how to import your feed, read our article "How do I import my podcast from a different hosting provider?"
Redirects work like mail forwarding; They send anyone accessing your old podcast feed URL to your new feed URL. A redirect will also update all the podcast directories you distribute to, so you don't have to reach out to each one individually. We suggest keeping a redirect active for at least 45 days to make sure directories and listeners have time to be updated with your new address.
Where do I place the Redirect?
1. Login to your Redcircle account and select the podcast you’d like to redirect
2. Click the 3 dot Dropdown and select "Remove Podcast"
3. You will be prompted to "Delete" or "Redirect" your podcast. Choose the "Redirect Podcast" option and fill in the required text fields:
- Under "Your New Hosting Platform" choose "Other"
- In the section "YOUR NEW RSS FEED" please paste your RSS.com feed URL
- In the section "Why Are You Leaving Redcircle" you can share your reason for switching to RSS.com
4. Click Redirect to finish the process
Testing your redirect
If you want to check your redirect to make sure it's working properly, copy your Redcircle feed URL, and paste in a new tab of your browser. If the address automatically brings you to your RSS.com feed address, then it's working properly!
How Do I Find My Redcircle Feed URL?
Removing your redirect
The redirect should remain indefinitely on RedCircle as long as you don’t permanently delete your show from their platform.