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            Claim Ownership of Your Podcast


            Please note that claiming ownership only applies to podcasts that are hosted elsewhere. If your content is hosted on Castbox, you already have ownership of your channel.

            If you would like to start a podcast on Castbox, please check this article

            Step 1.

            Step 2.

            • Go to Creater Studio. Under the “Channels” tab, click the “Claim Ownership” button. In the pop-up window, paste your channel link or RSS feed in the upper text field. 
            • Please check this article if the email you entered does not match with the email displayed in your RSS feed. 


            Step 3.

            • Paste your email address displayed in your RSS feed and click “Submit”.
            • We will send you an email containing the link for you to claim ownership.
            • Find the email in your inbox, and please check your spam folder if you can’t find it.
            • Click the link in the email, you will see the basic information of your podcast, a license agreement and a “Confirm” button.

            • Upon the completion of the claiming process, you will be directed to Creator Studio, where you can associate your social media channels with your Castbox channel.

            Finish!

            • Your podcast will be associated with your Castbox account, which allows you to be followed and receive donations from your listeners. Also, your podcast will be added to our public directory if it hasn’t been there yet.
            • You can check your play counts and subscriber counts over a period of time by going to the “Analytics” tab in Creator Studio on our website. In addition, play counts per episode are available under the "Episodes" tab

            Tips during the claiming:

            Please ensure that you have access to the email address displayed in your RSS feed, i.e., the email address inside the <itunes: email> tag. You can check it by visiting your RSS URL using Google Chrome or any other browser that can display RSS feeds.
            If you don’t have access to the email address displayed in your RSS feed, you may want to update it by seeking support from your hosting provider.
            Please note that it might take some time for us to get the newly updated email address in your RSS feed. Thus, you might need to try multiple times to claim your ownership.

            Please contact your hosting provider for further assistance.

            Updated: 27 Apr 2019 07:38 PM
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