Have you ever had to cut and paste a similar piece of HTML code from one site to another over and over again? Did you find yourself conjuring up easier ways to update content? How about having to remind yourself of each and every site that needs updating?
If this sounds familiar to our readers we urge you to continue on through the rest of this posting, as we’ve got some information that will make the task of updating content on your site, blog, email and social networks easier than ever before!
That is correct, in today’s posting we’ll take our readers through the process of replacing, or ‘swapping out’, an AudioAcrobat recording already published to the web, alleviating the need to update code and/or hyperlinks and creating an opportunity to take a deep breath of fresh air. Shampoo, rinse & repeat.
First things first, our readers will only be able to replace audios that already exist within their account. You could, technically, replace an audio that HAS NOT been published, but that would essentially defeat the point of the ‘Replace Audio’ function.
For continuity’s sake, let’s assume that our readers have already published the audio in question to their website, blog, email, social network etc. and they want to replace the existing audio with an updated version WITHOUT having to update any code or hyperlinks already ‘out there’ on the web.
Note: The ‘Replace Audio’ feature works only for streaming audio. This feature WILL NOT replace any MP3 download links our readers’ may have published.
1. Login to your AudioAcrobat account
2. Click the blue “Audio” tab
3. Click the title of the Audio you wish to replace
4. Click “Replace Audio”
5. Select method of replacement
Login to your AudioAcrobat account
Click the blue “Audio” tab
Click the title of the Audio you wish to replace
Click “Replace Audio”
Select method of replacement
If choosing ‘By Substitution‘, our readers will be able to select from any recording found in the “Audio” section of their account.
If choosing ‘By Telephone‘ our readers will be able to use their telephone to record a new audio, which will replace the existing audio selected in Step #3.
If choosing ‘By Computer Microphone‘ our readers will be able to take advantage of any microphone (both internal and external) connected to their computer for creating the audio replacement.
If choosing ‘By Uploading Audio Files‘ our readers will have the opportunity to upload the replacement audio file from their computer’s hard drive or connected device.
We feel these options will give our readers a great deal of flexibility in creating fresh content on a regular basis … which, in effect, will result in higher sales conversions, page views and a more robust overall user experience.
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Coming up next … using AudioAcrobat’s ‘Replace Video’ feature!