Hindenburg makes so many things about editing and publishing podcasts easier. In this video, I show you how you can combine Hindenburg’s capability to publish to Libsyn with the Libsyn Publisher Hub plugin for WordPress to streamline your podcast publishing workflow and make your episodes automatically point to your podcast website at the same time.

Have questions or want help? https://toptieraudio.com

Want to connect with other Hindenburg users? http://hindyusers.com


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