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Experimental Audio Blogging/Podcasting

In Blog, Crazy, Podcast, rants, Thoughts on October 24, 2012 at 12:42 am

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Well, I tried my hand on audio blogging for the first time, today. But didn’t want to put specifically to some podcasting websites. So I mixed it in movie maker and here I am… ta da…

I beg your pardon for the audio quality… please forgive me considering it was the first time :). I know you will. Thanks… 😀

The subject for this audio blogging was unknown even to me… well, I started impromptu, which you can guess with my long pauses… but surprisingly when i am writing this the thoughts are coherent and are in a flow… What a surprise ! I , sometime, surprise myself.  I just took to recording and the subject built upon itself.

I had done a similar recording earlier in which I read am interesting article from  the daily newspaper The Hindu.  Putting that article could have been violation of copyright (I guess) so I abstained from putting that audio in here.

Dear all, I will be very obliged if you can comment and record a feedback on this experiment.

Every writer I know has trouble writing.  Joseph Heller

Thanks
cheers !
Rajiv

Timing is Important

In Blog, quote, Tips n Tricks on January 21, 2011 at 8:49 am

This is a short post. It was meant to be an experiment with the time  posts are published. In the last few weeks I have observed a  co-relation between the Time you publish your post and the traffic that follows.

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In the last week, I have published it post midnight and the results were quiet good. For the last two days I changed my time of publishing to evening and the results varied.

May be the idea of publishing the post in the evening is not good. I shall revert back to my old-timing, when I can reach out to largest number of People.

 

 

 

 

“Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.”
— Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) French sculptor

What time of the day You publish your post?

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