New and Improved Podcast

I got constructive comments about the podcast I published yesterday:
  • I shouldn't use an announcer to read my text.  People want the real deal, and I'll do the talking in my own podcasts from now on.
  • The podcast covered too much.  It identified 10 points and ran for 11 minutes, which is too long for most people to sit through.  In the future I'll limit the length to 3 minutes, and perhaps cover one point at a time in a podcast.
  • The announcer spoke too fast.  He had perfect diction and was an excellent reader, but needed to slow down and include some pauses.  This will allow listeners to take in the points and reflect on what was said.

Podcasts are like radio shows and must contain an element of entertainment.  To that end eLawMarketing re-created the podcasst with a Flash presentation that matches the text.

Click on the link and tell me what you think:

Wait a few seconds for the Flash file to load and then click the play button.

The firm that set up my podcast is eLawMarketing. They are really good at creating podcasts and I recommend them to any law, accounting or consulting firm that wants a dynamic new way to market firm experts. Check them out at:

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