To our already robust set of worldwide phone numbers, we’ve added public phone numbers in Argentina, Bahrain, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Pakistan, and Poland. As the leading Voice-to-Web content creation and distribution service, we deliver instant call recording for activists, professional and citizen reporters and bloggers, avid fans, business people, storytellers, oral historians, students, and educators. Evoca™’s publicly available international phone numbers are expanded regularly to enable phone users worldwide to record using any phone, landline or mobile, now numbering over 4 billion. The phone is the microphone.
Anyone with a phone can create digital audio recordings while living, working or traveling in these and other diverse countries using Evoca Express to instantly post recordings to any public or internal website, blog, or social networking profile using Evoca’s flexible, viral Flash player widgets. Evoca provides all phone, recording, online streaming, email, and sharing services end-to-end. As a web service, no software downloads are required. Same thing for using Evoca to record free Skype calls (especially terrific for interviews and conference calls). The Evoca-Skype Call Recorder is delivered as a web service — no downloads. Skype users simply get an Evoca account, add the Evoca-Skype call recorder as a Skype contact, and then add it to any Skype call to record it. When the recording is completed, we send a handy Skype chat message with useful links to “email it”, download it, transcribe it, and more.
An Evoca Express free 30-day trial subscription is available with no credit-card required, making it easy to try Evoca™s digital audio content creation tools. Call recording using the EvocaMic, our in-browser Flash recorder, is also available as another digital audio recording creation method. In addition to using the EvocaMic to record their own voices, Evoca subscribers can also embed an EvocaMic in their blogs and websites to invite audio comments.
Conference call and interview recording with Evoca Express for business teams, journalists, and authors is very easy using any landline, mobile, and free Skype calling. Evoca Express Local provides dedicated local phone numbers to enable recording directly into the subscriber™’s Evoca Express account, available for over 45 countries and 4,000 cities worldwide. Evoca Express Toll-free makes it possible for its subscribers’™ supporters, fans, and customers to create user generated content by recording toll-free from any location in dozens of countries.
We are always listening to the market”, reports David Smith, Evoca™’s Chief Marketing Officer, “to broaden our global Voice-to-Content services for international, regional, and local media companies; national and local political, cause, and product marketers; language instructors and students; and content producers such as journalists, authors, bloggers, and researchers who are seeking cost-effective ways create user generated content for their online properties and programs.”
For any new reader of the Evoca blog, here’s our “About Evoca” blurb:
Evoca (www.evoca.com) enables organizations and individuals to easily create fresh, engaging audio content using any phone, computer mic, and Skype and streams it online to any website, blog, or social media profile. Evoca provides its audio digital recording and online distribution services through its highly scalable Software-as-a-Service media platform and public and dedicated local and toll-free telephone numbers in over 45 countries and more than 4,000 cities worldwide. Organizations of any size can easily integrate and customize Evoca features into their web properties, marketing programs, and customer-facing operations. Evoca Express delivers affordable monthly subscriptions with a robust set of digital media features that are easy and fast to implement. Evoca Enterprise provides a scalable commercial media platform for larger organizations to support their high volume Voice-to-Web programs across networks and divisions using Evoca™s flexible application programming interface.