WPBeginner has an excellent article on creating your own Podcast. With a complete explanation of Podcasting and how to set it up, WPBeginner will get you started on setting it up and running it, with suggestions on Plugins, etc. to use. However, as always, do your own research as other plugins may work better for your needs.
Are you looking to start a Podcast? Want to know what does a perfect podcasting setup look like? In this guide, we will show you how to start your own podcast with WordPress – step by step. You will learn about how podcasts work, the best podcast equipment, the podcast WordPress plugin that you absolutely need, and more.
What is Podcasting & How Podcasts Work?
A podcast is an episodic series of audio files which users can subscribe to download and listen.
In order for your podcast to work, you need to have an audio file and a RSS Feed that users can subscribe to stay updated and download new episodes when they come out.
Because WordPress comes with a built-in RSS feed system for blogs, many podcasters choose to use WordPress as their podcast website platform.
WPBeginner has a tutorial for adding Display Ads after your Posts. There is a video tutorial or if you need further instructions, there is a step by step tutorial with pics.
There are two methods in which one installs a plugin, while the other adds code directly to the WP files.
Do you want to add a signature or advertisement after your blog post content in WordPress? By default, WordPress does not come with an easy way to display signature or ads after post content. In this article, we will show you how to easily add signature ads after post content in WordPress.
By default, most WordPress themes display a set of meta data on published blog posts. This typically includes at least the author and the date the post was published. Such information can certainly be useful and informative for the reader, but there are certain instances where you might want to remove author and date information. (For example, older ‘evergreen’ posts can benefit from having the published date removed, so as not to imply the content is dated.) With the above in mind, this post will show you how to remove author and date information by using a plugin.
This site uses “WP Meta and Date Remover” and you can verify the plugin works (at least with the template being used) by taking a look at this and our previous posts. There are other methods, other Plugins and we encourage you to experiment and find the one that works well with your site and/or your WP capabilities. This doesn’t have to be hard.
More information can be found at Elegant Themes, one of my favorite “go-to” sites for all things WordPress.
Our friends at WPBeginner.com has uploaded the new features that will be available in the new WP 4.7 update, tentatively scheduled for release on December 6th, 2016, it is currently available in the Beta version. It’s adding a LOT of useful features that I am sure the WP community has been screaming for, so let’s get to it.
Video Header support, they have improved the Theme setup, making it a more “polished” view of you installed Themes, language controls are now available in the Users Section of the Dashboard, Viewable PDF thumbnails, the Advanced Editor (which I’ve especially been waiting for and has been a long time in coming), along with much more. Start here to get an overview of what’s coming from WordPress.