How do I distribute my podcast on Deezer from Ausha?

Learn how to activate your podcast’s distribution on Deezer from Ausha

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Written by Sarah
Updated over a week ago

Foreword: to activate distribution, your podcast must have at least one publicly visible, published episode. If your podcast only has planned or draft episodes, you cannot start distributing, regardless of the platform. To learn more, check out: “How do I distribute my podcast on listening platforms?”.


Here are the steps to activate your show’s distribution on Deezer directly from Ausha:

  • Connect to your Ausha account.

  • In the main menu, click Settings.

  • In the left-side vertical menu, click Distribution.

  • Head to the Deezer box and click Distribute.

  • After clicking Distribute, a new dialog will appear, and you will be asked: “Is your podcast distributed on Deezer?". If your podcast has never distributed on Deezer, select No.

Note: If your podcast has already distributed on Deezer, head to this article to verify that you have completed all the required steps to ensure a successful transfer to Ausha.

  • After answering No to the previous question, you will be asked to confirm by clicking “Distribute on Deezer”.

  • You will see a link appear. It is the URL for your show’s listen page on Deezer. Congratulations, your podcast is now on its way to Deezer listeners! 🚀

  • Sit tight- while your podcast is being processed by the platforms, can expect a small delay (usually one to several hours) for your show and its first episodes to show up on Deezer!

From now on, when you publish a new episode on Ausha, it will be automatically published on Deezer without you having to do anything else! 🥳

Note: Distribution on Deezer is not instantaneous; each episode may show up after a delay of 24 to 48 hours. This is due to the technical inner workings of Deezer and how it updates with new content (the delay may vary from one episode to another).

You now have your Deezer listen link.

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