With the Nucleus Sermon Engine, not only can you host audio and embed media to your site, but you can also generate an RSS feed to allow you to syndicate a podcast with your favorite podcast provider. From iTunes to Google Play, Stitcher to TuneIn, creating and syndicating your podcast to these platforms is now quick and easy with Nucleus.
In the Podcast menu in the left sidebar, click on Settings to open the panel. Here you'll be able to edit titles, speakers, categories, and more! ⚙️
Any changes you make in this panel will be reflected in the iTunes Store or any other podcast provider you choose to syndicate to.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Every single setting/field on this page is required for your podcast to properly syndicate across any podcast platform.
ANOTHER IMPORTANT NOTE: If you've already syndicated your RSS feed to podcast platforms and then add a custom domain for your Sermon Engine, you will need to re-submit your RSS feed to those podcast platforms, as your RSS feed will have changed to reflect your custom domain.
To enable a podcast feed, you guessed it! Toggle that switch to the "on" position.
After enabling your podcast, Nucleus will generate an RSS feed link for you. This is what you'll copy and paste into iTunes, Google Play, etc. To learn more about RSS feeds, click here.
Title and Description
Add a title and short description for your show! Not too hard, right?
Choose an author for your show. We suggest using your church's name or the name of your lead teacher!
Add your contact email to be associated with your show 📩
Here you can choose a category for your show. From the dropdown menu, choose the category (or categories!) that are most applicable to your church.
If you're church is edgy and meets in a pub, select Explicit here 🍻 For the rest of you, Not Explicit will suffice.
Upload the artwork for your show! Click the upload image box and select a file from your computer. Files can be any type, but must be 4mb or smaller. We recommend uploading photos that measure 1400x1400!
NOTE: If your image is larger than 4mb, use a free online image compressor like https://tinypng.com/ or https://tinyjpg.com/ to shrink the overall size of your image. By limiting the allowable size of image files in your Nucleus, we can keep the site speed of your Nucleus faster and thus improve usability as well as search engine friendliness.
Don't forget to save your settings!