The ability to easily capture audio, curate it, and then share it on your digital properties opens up a whole world of possibilities for delivering content in meaningful and novel ways.
Below are some ideas. If you have any comments, thoughts, ideas, suggestions, please feel free to send us a Voicegram.
The idea here is to collect short audio testimonials from your satisfied clients and partners and to publish them on your website.
For example, here are our audio testimonials.
Here's an example of an audio testimonial that Lotast Productions posted on their website.
Find out more about audio testimonials here.
Audio Enable your Website
Imagine someone visiting your website and finding out about what you do and what you offer, all while walking, jogging, or whenever their eyes and hands are busy. How to do that? Use Witlingo to add an audio to each of your main pages and then add a Witlingo widget that you can embed on your home page that will play the audio of the pages that you want your visitor to listen to.
Another interesting use case is to publish next to the bios of your teams a short audio in the voice of the team member.
Here's an example from Voice Spark Live.
Companions to Social Audio events
Social Audio in its current incarnation in Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces, Discord, and Spotify Greenroom, are time -boxed events. They start at a certain time and end at a certain time, and so there is only so much opportunity for the participants to speak. Witlingo Audio stations, which are not time-boxed, enable moderators to offer their audiences a place where they can go and share their comments by speaking between sessions. Moderators could ask for topic suggestions, answers to questions, or they could themselves post once in a while so that their audience can hear from them in between events.
Article and Blog Post Intros
Here, the idea is to listen to the author or a blog post or an article provide some context or share some tidbits in their own voice about the post or the article.
Check this out for an example.
Short interviews in articles
One can also augment blog posts and articles with audio where the reader can listen to an extended version of say a quick quote that was published in the article. Listening to the tone of voice of people speaking, with the original background sound of the recording, enriches the context for the reader.
Sounds in articles
Articles often contain images, because images just can't be captured by mere words. The same holds with audio. The sounds of a city, a stadium, nature, just can't be fully rendered with mere words.
A multicast is a podcast that consists of people sharing their thoughts on a specific topic. They could be independent of each other, where each speaker provides their thoughts on a topic without reacting to that of the others, or they can be something like a debate, where the parties alternate, as each party responds to what the other party said. Or they could be some other variation.
Check this out for an example.
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