Preview of the Podcast Hostpage

For a preview of the Grammar Captive Podcast Hostpage click on the following two links in the order given.

First Link:  Opens directly to the Grammar Captive podcast hostpage — namely, Grammar Captive Weekly Podcasts.  This is what the user will see, if he googles Grammar Captive Weekly Podcasts and clicks on the link to the page.

Second Link: Emulates what will happen if a user finds and clicks on a link or image of a Grammar Captive podcast hosted on a third-party podcast hostpage like iTunes or Stitcher.  After opening to the proxy page click on the proxy link at the bottom of the page.

Third Link:  When the Grammar Captive Weekly Podcasts page opens, the user may toggle between the newly appearing information on his selected podcast and the rest of the page.  This toggling action is emulated by clicking on the image and the phrase Podcast No. 60 just below it.

Primary Benefit: By opening to the Grammar Captive Weekly Podcast landing page via a third-party podcast hostpage, the user finds, in addition to exactly what he is looking for — namely, more information about the podcast that he just heard or is about to hear — , but also an index to all of the other podcasts that will assist him in putting the pieces together.

Now, the Grammar Captive Podcast Hostpage is far from complete, but this fundamental and convenient mechanism is solidly in place.



p.s.  Pay no mind to the inconsistency in numbers.  The inconsistency is in the database, not the technology, and the entire database will be wiped clean before launch time.

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