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WildVoice Helps You Add Podcasting to MySpace and Blogs

Posted by michaelshawnlane on September 19, 2006

Those of you that have a MySpace site or a blog now have an easy option to add your own Podcast to your site. Why would you want to do this, according to Michael Levy, co-founder of WildVoice “Social networking is all about personalization in the often anonymous cyber world. Nothing is more intimate than hearing a person’s actual voice and WildVoice has worked to help Podcasters add a personal broadcast messages to virtually any blog or social network.”

WildVoice helps you step by step on getting your personal broadcast on your site. First you create your Podcast with either using there WildVoice Shout which is like recording a voicemail. For more of a professional quality you will want to use WildVoice Studio. Once you record you post the file to the WildVoice website. Then WildVoice generates the HTML code that you copy to your site.

So click on over to WildVoice and start adding some personal broadcasts to your site today.

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4 Responses to “WildVoice Helps You Add Podcasting to MySpace and Blogs”

  1. Ryder said

    Anyone else having bother with myspace or is it just my pc?
    Last couple of days it seems it wont let me download any song from anywhere.
    Anyone having same bother – or anyone how to sort it?

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