Support » Plugin: PowerPress Podcasting plugin by Blubrry » Podcast Apps Not Picking Up Latest Episode on Feed

  • Resolved thegreenbelle

    (@thegreenbelle)


    Hi there,

    My podcast has had some troubles with uploading my most current episode onto Apple, Castbox, Spotify and even Google Play.

    I contacted iTunes as this has been a reoccuring issue, and they seme to say its an issue with my RSS feed (showing that my latest episode 30 is not displaye din my RSS feed).

    I did Cast Feed Validator and also don’t see the episode published there, although it is published on my website.

    I published the original post for episode 30 on July 14th with no success (deleted my cache, refreshed apple, etc). I thought maybe it was the post itself so I republished the post today (July 20th), however still don’t see it on my feed when validated.

    Can someone help me with this issue?

    My RSS feed: http://thegreenbelle.com/feed/podcast
    Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-green-belle/id1455548657
    My website: http://thegreenbelle.com/

    Because this issue has been reoccurring all of July and end of June, I have tried numerous solutions such as WP Cache – deleting my cache after publishing each episode, etc. and this am facing the same issues.

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  • Plugin Support Shawn Thorpe

    (@shawnogordo)

    You have both http (unencrypted) and https (encrypted) versions of your website.

    Your Apple Podcasts listing is using the unencrypted version of your feed here:
    http://thegreenbelle.com/feed/podcast

    Which still shows episode 29 as the latest episode. However, the encrypted version of your feed here:
    https://thegreenbelle.com/feed/podcast

    Does show episode 30. The best thing to do in a case like this is to redirect all of your site traffic to the https (encrypted) version of your site (including your podcast feed URL). There’s a free plugin called Redirection that’ll do this for you:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/redirection/

    Alternatively, you can contact support for the company hosting your WordPress site and ask them if they have a way to route all of your site traffic to the https version on their backend.

    Once this redirection is in place, most syndication points (including Apple) will pick up the change and begin using the https version of your feed instead of the http version.

    Plugin Author Angelo Mandato

    (@amandato)

    Hello @thegreenbelle,

    Did you get the HTTP to HTTPS issue resolved? AS Shawn noted, you just need to get that consistent and then everything should work as intended.

    Thanks,
    Angelo

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