RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and it’s is a simple, standardized content distribution method that can help you stay up-to-date with your favorite newscasts, blogs, websites, and social media channels. Instead of visiting sites to find new posts or episodes, the RSS feed sends the content to your audience.
Each one of your listeners gets a unique RSS feed that is directly tied to that person. This gives you the power to turn off access per individual, see how much that person listened to, when they listened and what device.
Because each listener gets a unique RSS feed, there isn’t one feed for your show but rather one of each listener.