Podcastpage allows you to create a website for your podcast in minutes. Their customizer comes with fonts, colors, and more.
They also offer website hosting along with in-built SEO and page speed optimization.
They automatically pull all of your podcast episodes from your RSS feed and stays in sync with your show.
Newer episodes will appear on your site as your feed gets updated.
Comes with a statistics page to stay on top of your audience growth and with subscribe buttons to be added to podcast publishing platforms or apps.
Should you choose to monetize your podcast, Podcastpage is integrated with Supercast which helps you easily transform your podcast into a subscription/membership business and get paid to podcast.
They offer a 14 day free trial.
The people over at podcastpage were nice enough to give us a discount code. If you sign up you can use this discount code to get 10% off. Applies to all plans, monthly and yearly.
Note: Podcastpage is pretty nice and inexpensive if you’re not interested in using something like wordpress which has more flexibility but a higher learning curve. Their personal plan which runs at $8/month limits you to 5 blog posts.
I tested it out and it was actually incredibly simple to setup and offers quite a lot of customization options. Even a place to enter custom html and css.
Here’s the site I created in about 3 minutes.
Here is what the interface looks like on the back end.