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Ok, let me be clear and straight. This application is not for free. As a matter of fact, you have to pay a monthly fee which, in my very personal opinion, is a little too high. The good news is that you have the opportunity to try it out without being charged (for free) for a few days. In fact, ArticleVideoRobot has got a nice 14 days free trial!

As stated in the title above, ArticleVideoRobot is a nice Web 2.0  Wapplication which converts your articles, posts and whatever you write in your computer to live talking videos in less than 3 minutes. You won’t need any camera to make such a conversion since this Internet application is completely automated! Here are some of its features and benefits:

  • Boost your traffic.
  • People are more more receptive to audio-visual content than reading plain text.
  • Turn your article to kind of movie to captivate your readers.
  • Why reading an article when somebody or something cvan do it for you! If you don’t want to read a lon article, use this software and…relax!

If you want to know more or if you just want to download it, visit the official website.

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2 Comments to “How to turn your articles, post and whatever you write to video”

  1. Web Talk Says:

    Hi William!
    To tell you the truth I thought about this in the past. My only issue is time. I don’t have a lot of time to try different things out as I would like. Another limit of mine is the language. While I manage to write english decently in some way, my spoken english is not that good. Maybe in the future I will experiment something, who knows? 😉

  2. William Pastuszka Says:

    Frank, have you tried video blogging yet ???? This would bring about a whole new era to Webtalk & get more people involved. Just think of the interesting articles you could perform & the amount of interest you would gain in doing so, maybe you could use YouTube as a starting point after all that is free to use.



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