Embedding Your Podcast on Another Website

Post your show directly to your website with RedCircle’s Embedded Player Feature!

Do you have an accompanying podcast website (or maybe playing with the idea of creating one)? Then be sure to add an embedded player so your website visitors can tune in to your show!

RedCircle offers a native embedded player you can easily add to your website with only a few clicks. And depending on your Account Plan, you can even customize it to match the theme of your website!

Episode-Level Player
Show-Level Player
Additional Notes


Episode-Level Player

Episode-Level Players populate only a single episode. These players are ideal for individual, episode-specific pages on your website.

This player is available to all plans on RedCircle.

Follow these steps to grab the HTML embed code and place on your website:

  1. Open the desired episode’s page and click on the gray Embed This Episode box:
  2. From there, click on the red Copy HTML to Clipboard button:
  3. Finally, paste that HTML code on your website. The final result should look similar to this:

It’s not currently possible to customize Episode-Level Player. This player always defaults to the light mode.

A quick note on compatibility

Please keep in mind that our embedded players rely on JavaScript to properly render. You can only paste these player embed codes on websites that support CSS and JavaScript embedding.

If you have a Squarespace website, then follow this guide here to properly place the code. Make sure to paste the code into the “manual” input by clicking the “</>” symbol.

If you have a WordPress website, then we recommend installing a plugin that supports adding JavaScript to your page. See “Method 3” from this Help article for specific steps.


Show-Level Player

Show-Level Players populate the entirety of your catalog. These players are ideal for website homepages, or if you just want to keep all episodes in one spot. Our Show-Level player also updates automatically, so new episodes populate without you needing to make a change!

The Show-Level Player is only available for members on the Growth Plan or higher.

Follow these steps to grab the HTML embed code and place on your website:

  1. Navigate to your Podcast’s page and select the gray Embed Podcast Player box:
  2. From there, click on the red Copy HTML to Clipboard button:
  3. Finally, paste that HTML code on your website. The final result should look similar to this:

Members on the Pro, Enterprise, and Original Plans are able to customize the look of the player. You could select from Light, Dark, and Blurred Mode, or select a color from our color-picker (or enter in the hex code if you know it!)

A quick note on compatibility

Please keep in mind that our embedded players rely on JavaScript to properly render. You can only paste these player embed codes on websites that support CSS and JavaScript embedding.

If you have a Squarespace website, then follow this guide here to properly place the code. Make sure to paste the code into the “manual” input by clicking the “</>” symbol.

If you have a WordPress website, then we recommend installing a plugin that supports adding JavaScript to your page. See “Method 3” from this Help article for specific steps.


Additional Notes

Tracking Notice

The RedCircle embedded players may collect data (e.g., download progress, country of origin, etc.) about your listeners for analytics purposes. If you’re using one of our embedded players on your website, then you may be required to let your audience know that you’re collecting that information. We recommend reviewing the local privacy laws for your country.

You may also want to link to our Privacy Policy so your audience can fully understand what information is collected.

We also suggest adding this in your legal pages, such as a Privacy Policy or Terms of Service, before embedding our player(s).

Can I use a different player?

Absolutely! We understand if our players aren’t quite what you had in mind for your website. There are a ton of free options available that you can use instead! Check out this article from Podnews for suggested alternatives.


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