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You have an existing show that is currently hosted on Spreaker – the transfer process from Spreaker to Ausha is a piece of cake!
Step 1: How do I import my podcast from Spreaker on Ausha?
Importing your Spreaker RSS feed into your Ausha account collects your podcast’s data (episodes, titles, descriptions, audio files, etc. – everything found in your former RSS feed).
To do so, here are the steps: 👇
Create an Ausha account on www.ausha.co or log into your existing Ausha account.
Once you’ve created or logged into your account, when you reach the show creation process, select Import an existing show.
Enter your podcast’s current RSS feed link (the one provided by Spreaker) in the Show name or RSS link for the show to import field.
Click Continue to confirm your show’s import!
All episodes (Published publicly on Spreaker) will be immediately imported on Ausha and will be added to your show’s Ausha RSS feed. 🎉
All that’s left is to tackle Step 2: Redirect!
Step 2: How do I redirect my Spreaker RSS feed to my new Ausha RSS feed on the Spreaker interface?
Redirecting your RSS feed ensures your podcast’s future by indicating to all listening platforms where your show is broadcast that they need to pick up your new episodes on a new RSS feed (the one you now have on Ausha).
To set up the redirect, follow these steps: 👇
Log into your Spreaker account.
Contact the Spreaker support team to ask them to redirect your Spreaker RSS feed to your new Ausha RSS feed.
💡 Note: You will need the new RSS feed link for your podcast on Ausha. To learn how to find it, check out this article: “How do I find my RSS feed?”
Once the transfer is complete (Warning: both import and redirect), you can then close your Spreaker account.
💡 You should know…
👉 Spreaker cannot transfer your listens statistics from your old RSS feed to Ausha. If you want to keep track of your previous listens, we recommend you download/copy/jot down that info before transferring your podcast to Ausha.
👉 Finally, you should know that this whole transfer process is completely invisible to your audience, regardless of their chosen listening platform. You will not lose any subscribers on the listening platforms: your listeners will not see any difference in the episodes posted from your former hosting service and those posted on Ausha. 🚀