Having the right audio on your website can increase your sales, turn your stale newsletter into an exciting update, and help you communicate better with your Fast Web Hosting market.
You can use audio in many ways: audio updates, sales letter messages, welcome to my webpage, special promotions, affiliate updates, audio testimonials, audio newsletters or tips, audio ebook excerpts or dozens of other uses.
Using audio on your website doesn’t have to be difficult or Web Hosting costly, but…
Its still a mystery to many…
How do you record your audio?How do you get the audio into a file to present to the user?How do you upload the audio to your server?What audio player can you use to present the audio to your visitors?How can you do all of this without being an expert or spending a fortune?Truth be told, anyone can create their own audio updates, newsletters, messages for sales pages, even audio excerpts of products or interviews for less than $60 using these steps.
No $30/month audio service, no $200 fancy audio package, just 6 simple steps and less than $60 investment and you are free to do as much with audio as you want in the weeks and months to come.
6 STEPS TO AUDIO ON YOUR WEBSITE FOR $60 OR UNDERStep 1. Purchase a decent quality headset or lavalier microphone. I use both for my audio – at times I use a headset that plugs directly into the USB port of my computer, a Panasonic KX-TCA92 to be more specific. You can pick them up for $20 from Amazon, perhaps even less expensive elsewhere. Or, you can purchase a basic lavalier (clip-on) mic from your local audio electronics store for under $20.
You will find the windows application by going to your Start menu and selecting All Programs –>Accessories-Entertainment where you should see something called “Sound Recorder”. With older versions of Windows it may be called something else, so consult your Windows help to find out what it is called.
With your microphone headset or lavalier mic plugged into your computer, Windows should recognize it as a new Microphone input device. Now, you can open your Windows “Sound Recorder” and configure it to recognize the new input device – your microphone. Within the sound recorder you want to select “Edit -@@END_COMMENTAudio Properties” where you will find a drop down list called “Sound Recording” – you want to select your Panasonic Microphone.