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Sound Cloud – Equine Audio Files

I was recently talking with my mother about a photograph she’d taken of a lyrebird. She’d recorded audio of it singing around the time she took the photo. Then with the use of Sound Cloud she was able to upload the picture and an audio file which people can listen to online for free, whilst looking at the photo.

Equine Audio Files - Free Sound Cloud Account

Equine Audio Files – Free Sound Cloud Account

I’ve touched on equine podcasts as a business tool before and thought it would be worth mentioning this website, too. Here is a tool that you can use for free to host audio files. So what are some examples of equine audio files that you may utilise to provide benefit to your customers or even as links to purchase products?

  • As an equine author, you could have audio files of reading the first chapter of a particular book. Then you provide details where people can buy the book to read themselves.
  • If you are promoting a particular training method, you can explain this on audio files for followers.
  • You could provide audio reviews of products that people can then buy and you receive a commission for, like through Amazon Affiliates
  • You could interview people who make a living with horses and find a specific angle to ask questions – perhaps some food for thought for me!

Equine Audio Files for Business

Either way, if you have a need for equine audio files for your business, then Sound Cloud may be of interest, particularly the free account to try things out and see what you think! Or perhaps now that you know about the resource, you can think of equine audio files that would benefit your business and your clients!

“He’s of the colour of the nutmeg. And of the heat of the ginger…. he is pure air and fire; and the dull elements of earth and water never appear in him, but only in patient stillness while his rider mounts him; he is indeed a horse, and all other jades you may call beasts.” ― William Shakespeare

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