It's easy to create a FanLink to direct your fans to their preferred podcast streaming service. 

Click "+ Create a FanLink" to start creating your link. This article will take you through the process step-by-step.

1) Select the Podcast template for creating your Fanlink

2) Copy & paste your Podcast's iTunes URL

2) Copy & paste your Podcast URL other streaming services

After you enter your iTunes URL, we'll locate your song/ album on other retailers to include in your FanLink. You can also manually enter URLs to include if we do not grab them all.

4) Customize your landing page.

Use the inputs and preview to customize your podcast landing page.

Enter your podcast’s name, the name of the episode and any other details you want to include. Upload a landing page image and change the background if you would like.

5) Add a podcast preview.

Link to your audio file or a YouTube video so fans can get a preview of podcast directly on your landing page. 

5) Customize your social sharing.

Design the look and feel of your social posts by customizing your metadata. Use the preview to see how your Podcast Fanlink will look when you share it on sites like Facebook.

6) Edit your URL link.

Your podcast landing page will have its own URL. Customize the link so you and others know exactly what it is for.

7) Add your Pixel.

By adding your Facebook Pixel ID toy your Tour Fanlink, you can track the fans that visit your Tour Fanlink. Click the 'Select a pixel' button choose your pixel. Don't have a pixel yet? Create one here.

8) Name your Fanlink

Name your Podcast Fanlink so you reference it later. Only you and your team will see the name of the Fanlink inside ToenDen. Also, if you’d like to organize your FanLinks, you can create tags for them (e.g. “Episode Name").

After you've double-checked everything, press "Create FanLink" and you're good to go! Share your Fanlink by copying and pasting its URL or create a Playbook for it. 

You can edit your Fanlink anytime by selecting the "Edit Link" button.

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