Earlier I shared how to put on a free conference call with FreeConferenceCall. Today I want to share another great way you can use FCC to record an interview of yourself to share on your blog or share with potential clients. Below are the easy steps on you can set up the interview, record it and then place the audio bar on your blog for others to listen to.
Set up your account of FreeConferenceCall and then share the phone number and access code with the interviewer. Since you are the one who is going to be interviewed, write up the questions you’ll want to be asked and write notes for yourself to remember to touch on. You can have a friend who is across the country interview you by phone or you can have a friend who’s down the street interview you over the phone.
Once you are both on the phone, you can practice a bit and then when you are ready, you can hit record by using your phone or by your computer and the program begins. After the interview is over, you click off the recording and FCC will make a recording of the interview for you for free. (The only cost is the long distance call.)
You have complete access to the recording and you can also copy the html code so that you can have a audio bar download onto your blog. (Unfortunately, I don’t have my example of my practice interview I did.)
So how can you use a free recording on your blog?
- If you’re a health coach and wanted to share tips on eating the right foods. You could record a series of ideas for your readers.
- If you were an author and wanted to share the first chapter of your newest book.
- If you were a writer and wanted to share about clips you have but by audio rather than listing them.
- If you were an up and coming speaker and you wanted to share some speaking tips.
The list is endless.
What subject could you talk on and record?
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