Castillo is a great example of a sort of new phenomenon, WordPress themes for podcasters. These themes are on the rise because podcasting is on the rise. The to Simply go hand-in-hand. It really does make a lot of sense, if you’re a podcaster, you need a theme that is specifically built for podcast. Castillo gives you the ability to launch a brand new podcast, do you have complete control over your website and your feet, and all with a really low price. That’s one of the best things about WordPress, you don’t need a dedicated and custom-built site anymore.
You can submit your podcast to iTunes, Google Play and any RSS based directory. That can really help spread the message about what you have to say. The wider the audience to better, right? You can even import episodes from a different publisher, extracting episodes from any external RSS feed into your site. That can help you build new content quickly, which is always a great benefit. There’s an advanced option to schedule feed Imports to run occasionally, that way you can automate daily or weekly Imports. You’ll always have the freshest content This Way.
Here’s what the front page looks like.
With any theme, the ability to customize it is incredibly important. Castillo allows you to create the look and feel for your website that matches exactly what you have in your head. This template is optimized for speed, faster than 95% of all tested websites. That’s because of the incredibly well-written code and the lack of extraneous features that you don’t need. This responsive and mobile-friendly were pressing works with Gutenberg, integrates perfectly with contact forms 7, has a one click demo importer and tons of documentation. Best of all, the support is for straight and Will Never Let You Down. I think that just about any podcaster and make use of this template.