It seems that we forgot to talk about the additional features of the Evoca Browser Mic. Not only is the Mic available as a plugin, but it can also be applied to any blog or personal website just by copying/pasting the HTML into you desired location!
So…how does the Evoca Browser Mic work?
First of all, the Evoca Browser Mic is a nifty Evoca tool that lets people make voice recordings right through their browser, without having to visit Evoca.com. All comments are private and will only be found by website or blog owner within their Evoca account by clicking on “comments”. We will also send you an email each time you receive a new voice comment. You will the simple HTML code that will let you insert the Evoca Browser Mic right into your website or blog in your Evoca account.
To get the HTML for the Mic just log in to Evoca. Then click on My account in the upper right hand corner of your home page. You will then be given several text link options. Click on Evoca Browser Mic. There you will see the mic in two different forms. For example:
Just copy the HTML and paste it into your blog or website. Cool, huh?
Evoca was designed not just to give a voice to the masses but also to provide an audio outlet for politicians, theologians, journalists, and others whose voice could potentially be heard around the world. This has taken shape in the last month or so as Sherrod Brown has started using Evoca for his Ohio Senate campaign. Uploading everything from National Public Radio interviews to radio spots, Brown has explained that much of his recent success has come from broadcasting himself online. If you visit www.sherrodbrown.com you can even leave an audio comment to let him know how you feel and how you support his campaign. The Brown campaign has put together some of the support recordings that have come in through the Evoca Browser Mic. It is a great tool and one that all of us can add to our personal website or blog.
Take a listen to a few of the Brown recordings below.
It’s always an exciting day when a company can release a product that makes the integration of two separate products a bit easier. Such is the case today when we officially give you our plugins for [tag]WordPress[/tag], [tag]Blogger[/tag], and [tag]TypePad[/tag]. Now with your [tag]Evoca[/tag] account you can put an Evoca Browser Mic on your sidebar with just a simple download. It’s a nifty Evoca tool that lets people make voice recordings right through their browser, without having to visit Evoca.com. One of the coolest things is that all comments are private and will only be found by website or blog owner within their Evoca account by clicking on “comments”. We’ll also send you an email each time you receive a new voice comment.
As a TypePad, WordPress or Blogger blogger you just visit your “My Account” to install the plugin now! If you have a different form of blog but still want the recorder you just visit My Account > Evoca Browser Mic and then copy/paste the HTML right in your blog.
Could it get any easier? So get one on your blog or personal website today and encourage your friends and readers to speak up and speak out!
As if a whole series of plugins wasn’t enough, we have also released Virtual Voicemail. With Evoca’s Virtual Voicemail you get a unique phone number for your account. This means that anyone who calls this number can leave you a message directly in your own Evoca account giving you the benefits of using it as any recording on Evoca, such as posting it to a website or blog, emailing it to friends or colleagues, downloading it to your iPod or subscribing to an RSS feed. At less than $10/month, well, you can’t beat a deal like that. Imagine some of the uses:
Examples of use:
- Bloggers or website owners can offer a unique phone number for readers to leave voice comments
- Businesses can get feedback and store it online to share internally
- When traveling, get messages you can listen to in any browser
- Download voicemails to your iPod and share with others
- Enhance your social network such as your MySpace page letting visitors leave you a voice message
Evoca has been about empowering the voice since day 1. That means any voice and every voice. So we were delighted to host the recordings of the radical leftwing former finance minister of [tag]Ecuador[/tag], [tag]Rafael Correa[/tag]. The frontrunner of the election in Ecuador has promised to shut the US miliary base there, restructure the country’s external debt and renegotiate contracts with foreign investors in the oil industry such as Resol of [tag]Spain[/tag], Brazil’s Petrobras, and Perence of France. According to a poll by Informe Confidencial. 27 per cent of respondents would vote for Correa, the [tag]Alliance Country[/tag] (AP) candidate, who has grown his popularity five points in two weeks. The election is set for Oct. 15. but you can hear more about Correa and his supporters here….on Evoca!