Do you have a powerful message to share with the world? If our readers have ever wanted to place audio on their website — whether it be the home page, a secondary or sales page — it has never been easier to accomplish!
In today’s posting, we will take our readers through the steps of placing their AudioAcrobat recordings onto their website. As a short preface, the process is *extremely* simple, with the only required computer skill being the ability to copy/paste.
1. Login to your AudioAcrobat account
2. Click the blue “Audio” tab
3. Click the title of the Audio you wish to publish
4. Click “Publish Audio”
5. Click “Publish for Website”
Login to your AudioAcrobat account
Click the blue “Audio” tab
Click the title of the Audio you wish to publish
Click “Publish Audio”
Click “Publish for Website”
Depending on whether or not our readers have already specified “Saved Settings” for their Audio players, they will see “Publish for Website” or both “Publish for Website” and “Use Saved Settings”. If our readers are familiar with their saved settings and wish to use them in this case, feel free to go ahead and select “Use Saved Settings“. If not, simply click, “Publish for Website.”
If clicking “Publish for Website”, our readers will have over 50 different players to choose from; including “Stick Players“, “Affiliate Players“, “Standard Players“, “Dragbar Players” and a “Hidden Player“. Each has its own style and advantages, and we find ourselves often recommending the “Affiliate Players” and “Dragbar Players”, as one aids our members in earning affiliate commissions and the other allows listeners to fast-forward and rewind using the dragbar.
Why not combine the best of both worlds? We have. If our readers were to click “Dragbar Players” and look to the bottom left of the page, they should see the player featured to the right side of this blog post. Making their selection, our readers will be prompted to click “Next Step”, where they will be on a page labeled, “Generating HTML Code – Step 1“, where they can conduct more granular customizations like adding a download link, enabling the audio’s ability to auto-play on load, looping playback or changing the size and color. When ready, our readers can click “Generate HTML Code“ at the bottom of the page.
Hint: HTML Code can be generated at any time; for any audio or video file contained within your account.
Here, our readers will be able to highlight and copy the HTML Code for their custom player. This code can be pasted anywhere HTML code (containing iFrames) is accepted, including Websites, Landing Pages, Blog Posts, HTML Newsletters, AudioNotes & more!
Want to learn more about AudioAcrobat? Go ahead, give it a try yourself by signing up for a 30 day Free Trial or join one of our FREE Training Classes without signing up for squat. Already have an account? Login HERE.
Coming up next … removing the AudioAcrobat watermark when ‘Publishing for Website’!