How to Define Processes That Yield Insights for Your Social CRM
How to Create a Customer-Centric Social CRM
How to Create and Invite People to Your Business's Facebook Event

Podcast Tools for Social CRM

To create podcasts for Social CRM, you can choose from several types of tools. Using tools can help you create the best podcast for your brand. Your choice will depend on such things as the following:

  • Where do you want to store and retrieve files?

  • How many files do you want to create?

  • What will your file size be?

  • Are you working alone or with a team?

The different types of tools are as follows:

  • Record and store in the cloud. You could use a service that stores your files in the cloud (on someone else’s computers).

  • Record and store on your company’s computers. If you have an IT team to manage files, you may want to store your files on your company’s equipment.

  • Broadcast over the Internet and store in the cloud. Tools like these enable you to create your own talk show. Blog Talk Radio, an example of this type of tool.

    image0.jpg
    Tool Type Description Cost web Address
    AudioAcrobat Record and store in the cloud. Configure files in different styles. $19.95–$49.95 per month www.audioacrobat.com
    Audacity Record and store on your company’s computers. This popular, free tool has lots of helpful features. Free http://audacity.sourceforge.net
    Blog Talk Radio Broadcast over the Internet and store in the cloud. Provides call-in lines and lines for guests. Free and Premium versions (with multiple pricing packages) www.blogtalkradio.com

If you have a WordPress blog, you can use a free tool called Audio Player to create your MP3 podcasting files. The colors of your player are configurable so that you can match your site.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share
blog comments powered by Disqus
Using Taglines to Convey Your Brand in Small Business Marketing
Improve In-Person First Impressions of Your Small Business
How to Create Response Scores for Data Driven Marketing
How Data Driven Marketing Can Help With Customer Retention
The Change to Social CRM
Advertisement

Inside Dummies.com