In today’s digital age, the sheer volume of written content is both a blessing and a curse. How many of us have a tab overload or a reading list that seems endless? Enter Recast: an innovative solution aimed not just at converting text to audio, but revolutionizing it into engaging podcast-like experiences.
The uniqueness? Conversational virtual hosts, ensuring an enjoyable and absorbable experience.
Imagine a world where training videos were as fun as binge-watching your favorite Netflix series. A world where training doesn’t evoke groans but grins.
Sounds like a stretch? Well, let’s dive in.
You see, “personality” is an amalgamation of traits, interests, drives, values, self-concept, abilities, and emotional patterns that make us uniquely us. Whether it’s an employee training video or customer training, the key purpose is to educate viewers and enhance their knowledge, all the while keeping them engaged and entertained.
Training videos have come a long way since their OG 80s heyday, catapulted by the acceleration of high-quality content creation. Gone are the days of dreary monochrome tutorials. Now, we can create memorable L&D videos that don’t merely inform, but actually inspire. Plus, with AI sauntering into the scene, we can expect the creative flower bed of L&D video to fully bloom.
L&D professionals are folks who understand people, comprehend their learning styles, and can tune into their frequency. So, your video content needs to reflect this understanding and wow your employees right off the bat. After all, a spectacular onboarding experience guarantees that 69% of newbies stick with the company for at least three years. It’s like a first date. Why not put on the ole’ razzle-dazzle?
Let’s dive into the four pillars of a triumphant L&D video, or as we’ve cleverly coined them, LEEK: Loyalty, Engagement, Emboldening, and Knowledge.
In the grand arena of technology, generative AI parades as a prolific artistic force, penning vast volumes of text in the blink of an eye and effortlessly crafting digital art. The unfettered proliferation of AI-authored content, mirrored on data harvested from the internet, sets up an intriguing paradox: the serpent of AI is devouring its own digital tail.
Let us explain. Anxieties around generative AI are no longer limited to job security. Rather, we’re now compelled to question our very essence, asking the big question–where will originality land post this new wave of AI capabilities?
When customer support giant Five9 needed a lifelike custom AI voice, they turned to WellSaid. The steps to building their voice avatar from a real human is a fascinating process. Watch this video about how WellSaid experts go about this creation.
Once a person has a background in teaching, they will see the need for engaging and effective educational material everywhere. That’s exactly how Chris Black, founder and Managing Director of Energy Industry Academy, got the idea to create higher quality and more accessible online training material for the nondestructive testing (NDT) industry.
Training materials with a voiceover element are versatile, engaging, and effective, but creating them is time consuming, expensive, and disruptive. How do you find voice talent? What if they’re busy when you need that urgent update? What’s the best way to create 10 versions of similar material?
By 2025, 37.5% of people will be working from home in some capacity, whether fully remote or hybrid. That means it’s vital for businesses to implement strategies that increase engagement in virtual environments. Today, we’re sharing an important hack: adding voiceover to presentations.
One simple way that businesses can level up both their content and audience retention is by addingvoiceovers to Google Slides or PowerPoints.
What are differentiated listening experiences and how do they translate to how customers think, feel, and behave? Examples of immersive brand strategies are all around us, but those doing it best create sonic experiences that are almost imperceptible on a conscious level–yet are incredibly effective.