How to Find an RSS Feed for a Podcast

Follow these simple steps to locate the RSS feed for a podcast:

  1. Visit the Podcast Website: Start by visiting the official website of the podcast you're interested in. Most podcasts have their own dedicated websites where they provide additional information and resources.

  2. Look for the RSS Icon: Once on the podcast website, look for the RSS icon. Feed-icon.svg This icon is typically displayed prominently on the homepage or in the podcast section of the website. It often resembles the image of sound waves or the letters "RSS."

  3. Check the Podcast Subscription Options: Explore the podcast website's subscription or follow options. Many podcasts offer subscription buttons or links that lead directly to the RSS feed. Look for phrases like "Subscribe via RSS" or "RSS Feed" to locate the feed URL.

  4. Inspect the Website Source Code: If you're unable to find the RSS feed through the website interface, you can inspect the website's source code. Right-click on the webpage and select "View Page Source" or "Inspect" (depending on your browser). Look for lines of code that contain "RSS" or "XML" to identify the feed URL.

  5. Search Online Directories: If the podcast website doesn't provide an obvious way to access the RSS feed, you can search for the podcast on online directories such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts. These platforms often list the RSS feed URL alongside other podcast details.

  6. Use Castos' Podcast RSS Feed Finder: Another helpful resource for finding podcast RSS feeds is Castos' Podcast RSS Feed Finder. This tool allows you to search for podcasts by title or author and provides the corresponding RSS feed URL.
  7. Tool: Additionally, you can utilize the tool, which aggregates and provides RSS feeds for podcasts. Simply visit and search for the podcast title or author to find the RSS feed URL.

Once you've located the RSS feed for the podcast, you can use it as a source for your newsletter.  Simply copy the RSS feed URL and paste it here in the dashboard to add it as a source.