podcast:popular Yes New proposal for podcast namespace: A tag that can display the most popular episodes of the podcast in the podcast player. Podcast hosting companies can open this tab for all shows and display the most popular shows for potential listeners to discover.Your idea Will be welcomed.
Starting in May, but worth a look-Den Delimarsky’s post How to download your podcast analysis data from Spotify. This makes us wonder if this can work using standard APIs to carry headers. Also-why do we have to jump over these hurdles to gain API access to our own podcast data?
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Cloudflare published an article about Multi-user IP address detection. Currently IAB specification Discussed a way to mark certain IP addresses (such as a large company) as safe, assuming it ends up with multiple users: but this technology seems to automate this task.
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