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Stephanie LH Calahan aka @StephCalahan

Denise - Great post. Thanks for the shout-out and for the tip about Cinch on Facebook. I have been recording a short cast daily (minus weekends) since I started my account. I is amazingly simple and I'm already starting to get people following and commenting. It takes me 10 minutes or less every day. Awesome way to re-purpose content.
To your success!
Stephanie

dotCOMreport

Thank you for this tip; I have not used Cinchcast but have heard a lot of good things about it. After reading this, I will have to check it out.

Barbara Ling, Virtual Coach

I'll be honest, I've never really considered such an idea (I'm much more of a type-to-interact kinda person) but the above sounds appealing even to me! I'll check this out; 13+ years of having a business online has given me lots of audio content possibilities. Thanks!

Daniel Decker

Great resource! Thank you.

Ellen Britt

I have to thank you again Denise for introducing me to AudioBoo! I've also now signed up for a ChinchCast account and am going to try that out as well. Can't have too many ways to get our stuff out there!

Jack Igan

Thanks for an interesting and informative post. This is a unique way to re-purpose previous posts or plr.
I have a ton of plr articles, ebooks, courses, and etc. They should be great resources to keep me busy for a long time.

twitter.com/SteveBorgman

Hi, Denise, love this post as well as the article you had about repurposing blog content. Question about Cinchcast. I've signed up, but am not sure that I would be able to download a cinchcast into itunes? Hope it's not too basic a question. Your thoughts?

Denise Wakeman

Steve, Unfortunately they don't make it obvious how to subscribe in iTunes. There is an orange RSS button on your Cinch page. When you click on the button you get options for sharing and adding to iTunes so you get automatic updates.

Kay Newton

Thanks Denise, I was just about to look into the pros and cons of Audio Boo and Cincast - you are a wonderful time saver!

Stephanie LH Calahan aka @StephCalahan

Denise - Wanted to check in and share a bit. I started Cinching when you made a recommendation on Facebook. I have done 2-10 minute cinches every business day and syndicate to FB and Twitter and will soon pop them to Ping.fm too. Since that time, my followers have grown to 100. Not bad for a month. Thanks again. Blog on!

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