WE'RE APPROACHING THE END of another deep analysis of reading and listening patterns online. If you've figured out how to drive listeners while attracting readers, you've discovered a slice of business intelligence that I would love to see.
Besides correlating the incidence of high amounts of listeners to high numbers of readers, I'm also trying to optimise the workflow so the two output channels (text and audio) complement one another. These ideas are part of Topgold Audio Clip 476.
Spoiler Alert: My strongest correlations directly connect trending topics on Twitter (possibly clickbait) and mentions from influencers to written and spoken content.
Previously: Integrating O365 Workflow Ideas", January 4, 2016.
1. Wavve is the best service I've found to quickly extract and share the spoken word. It works on my Android phone and on my Windows desktop. If you're running iOS and Mac OS, you have more options.
2. To quickly produce high quality visual content, it's difficult to surpass the always-iterating Canva, the app and web service recommended by several of the most successful creative media graduates I've met in the 21st century.
Topgold's Most Popular Image Today is snapped in New York City: