Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
A lot of commercial radio and even TV shows are using The Internet to expand their audience with live streaming and podcasting. What Talkshoe currently does is allow you to do a teleconference with various options for connecting - land line phone, cell phone, Internet phone (i.e. Vonage) and Skype-out. Once the program is recorded, it is converted to a podcast and made available for listening on the website or for downloading as a file to your computer. The podcast is also automatically added to the iTunes Music Store's Podcast Directory. That's a real nice touch - getting your program added to one of the largest podcasting directories on the Internet for free, automatically.
What's really interesting is that Talkshoe should be adding a softphone to the website in about a month. This means no more long-distance phone charges for anyone who chooses to use his online computer for a Talkshoe teleconference. All one need do is set up a free account and click the softphone button. No more need to put in a username, password or PIN. It is already in the softphone data following your initial registration. What could be easier?
Now, I do not know if Talkshoe is going to offer space on its client pages for links for a small fee, but I would not be surprised to see that happen eventually as well. A lot of folks use Camtasia Studio to record video presentations that originate on their computer screen. Such programs could be recorded, sent to YouTube.com as their file destination. Then, you could use the YouTube.com link to post to the Talkshoe site. Therefore, you could easily have a teleconference button and a multimedia presentation side by side on your Talkshoe page.
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