Have you heard of Audioboo? It’s a nifty blogging platform where you use your PC or, conveniently, mobile phone to record audio blogs by speaking into the microphone on your device. I use it when I’m on the move and want to get a blog out, but don’t have the keyboard at my fingers to tap it out.
I did a post two weeks ago where I talked about easy ways to incorporate a social media focus into your working day.
Namely, I chat about developing social media content in chunks of time, dropping it into content banks and saving it for use in the future, and getting jiggy with scheduling tools on your PC or mobile to drip feed this pre-planned content into your social media channels.
This approach helps you think about your social media content ahead of time and avoids the ‘uh-oh’ moment when you realise a few days have passed and nothing of consequence has gone to your social networks.
Of course, the content needs to be useful to your target market and the way you say it is important, because it reinforces your brand and organisation as a living, breathing, thing. But that’s another post for another time.
Listen to my short, off-the-cuff audioblog on chunks, banks and schduling tools here: http://bit.ly/fRbIZV
All my audioblogs are available to peruse here: http://audioboo.fm/sarallenconsult
Have you experimented with other forms of blogging, like audioblogging, tumbling, microblogging and vlogging? What do you prefer?