Don’t read. Listen!
Integrate audio seamlessly into your website or blog!
Bellevue, Wash (02/21, 2018) - Click It Audio wants to change how you consume content online. The recently launched service aims to change your text content into audio clips. Users upload audio files to Click It Audio, which then creates a snippet of code that can be embedded into any website.
“Like a headset, you borrow at a museum to listen to the explanation, sure, you can always read but why should you?” Ken Uchikura, chairman PSPinc, said.
Their goal is to substitute text-heavy pages on your website for audio to make it easy for your visitors to follow along. Click It Audio not only creates the code for your audio, it also keeps your audio stored and listed on your account for easy management. If you’re not sure how to create audio, or if you want a more professional touch, they offer a professional and highly skilled audio engineering team that will help create scripts, add voice-overs, and sound effects to your audio.
Audio files of up to 5 minutes can be recorded and uploaded to your website. It starts with 3 free uploads to embed and then users can easily buy a monthly subscription if they need more. Click It Audio is here to challenge how you consume your online content, and we’re listening.
For more information about Click It Audio, visit them online here.
About PSPinc: PSPinc, founded in 1987 by Ken Uchikura, at that time he was developing software out of a room in his apartment on Mercer Island, WA. 30 years later, PSPinc has now grown into a full-service software company offering web hosting, web design, and marketing solutions. Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, PSPinc houses 50 employees and has two offices in California. With more than 40,000 companies of all sizes around the world trusting them for websites, email, and online services.