How to Extract Podcast Feed URL from iTunes Link

There are several reasons where you may have a need to extract podcast feed URL you have submitted to iTunes. And one of the most important reason is when you want to create a redirect for your podcast feed to point to a new feed. I have had a couple of clients that I have worked with who either changed their domain, switched from Powerpress to Libsyn. I tell you, it can be a pain if you don’t know which is the right feed URL to choose as it may cause additional work and delays.

So here’s a nifty solution that will make life a lot easier for you.

  1. Open iTunes and go to the podcast that you would like extract it’s feed. Click on the dropdown arrow beside the subscribe button. Then, click on copy link.

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2. Go to http://itunes.so-nik.com/ and paste the URL you copied from step #1. Hit submit.

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3. You now have the feed URL that was submitted to iTunes.

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So there you go, I hope that helps. If you have any other techniques of extracting an feed URL that was submitted in iTunes, feel free to drop them on the comments box. Happy podcasting!

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2015-12-03T23:42:06+00:00

About the Author:

I'm a Bible believing Christian, a full time freelancer, budding entrepreneur, and an aspiring photographer. Over the past four years, I've submitted almost two hundred podcasts to iTunes. and that number continues to soar. I've worked with both great and small podcasters who wanted to make a change in the world, one episode at a time.

2 Comments

  1. Raffi July 11, 2015 at 9:48 am - Reply

    Or just use a tool like http://xtunes-podcatcher.com – it helps to discover the RSS url as also find the best podcasts.

    • Florante Valdez November 1, 2015 at 6:49 am - Reply

      Great tool Raffy. I also checked on your Charts. Is that arranged according to iTunes rank?

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