Let your blog talks with Odiogo

by Nasrul Hanis

in Services


Reading an article or blog post sometimes boring especially if it’s a long article or post. Your readers might feel boring and then close your blog without reading anymore.

But now you can change the situation. You can let you readers to read, to hear to your article or both! How? Let you blog talks with Odiogo!

Odiogo is a text-to-speech program that will transform your blog posts or articles into near human quality audio files. The files are then ready to be download and play anytime and anywhere on any device.

How to let your blog talks with Odiogo?

The steps are easy and simple. Notice the text “Blogger: Sign up for Odiogo and get your blog on the iPod for free!” at the top of the main page and insert your blog or your feed URL and your e-mail then click the button “Go!”.

An instruction page will be displayed with the Feed ID.Β  An instruction email will also be emailed to you. You need to download a plugin from Odiogo and then just follow the instruction given.

After you done the steps, you will notice a button “listen now” at every post in your blog. Try to hear your post being read by clicking at the “listen now” button. Now your blog talks!

Now your readers can listen to your post without reading it. Cool, right? Besides that, a subscription page exclusively for your feed that had been transformed into voice will be provided by Odiogo for you. Make sure you use right English spelling so the reader can read your post smoothly. Avoid some special symbols such as “-” because the reader will read some special symbols.

Now your blog talks! Voice your content with Odiogo now!

{ 14 comments… read them below or add one }

KNizam June 15, 2009 at 3:36 pm

terseksalah dia nak baca blog aku yang penuh dengan bahasa rojak celdol bagai tuh. haha πŸ™‚


Robert June 15, 2009 at 6:44 pm

Hi MonsterBuzz,

I’ve been using Odiogo on my blog for over 6 months and I’ve received lots of positive feedback. Sometimes people would prefer listening to an article rather than reading it. I think it’s a great feature to have on any blog or web site.


monsterbuzz June 15, 2009 at 6:53 pm

Hi Robert,

To be sincere, I know about Odiogo from your site. So thanks a lot! Yeah, sometimes people just want to listen to the post and it’s cool for any English-based blogs or sites.

Plus, it’s easy to install and use.


blinkky June 16, 2009 at 8:23 am

Long post but lack of content may be boring to read. But if the post have a lot of content, it could be enjoyable.


Curious Little Person June 20, 2009 at 6:21 am

This seems to be a cool service! Gives a reader many options!

Will need to try this out!

Thanks for the information!



Jacob Yap June 20, 2009 at 2:30 pm

Hmm, I think I prefer to read with eyes. =P


Hicham June 20, 2009 at 11:37 pm

This is an interesting service, MonsterBuzz. I however think that this means if a blogger decide to install this, he/she should keep an eye on “spelling mistakes” and “gramatical errors” or else the post will be very funny.

Reading is not like hearing, though πŸ˜€


AceBlogger June 25, 2009 at 10:25 am

Text to speech software hasn’t yet been mastered by a particular company. Still it’s pretty nice to have software like Odiogo to articulate text is a form in which a blind person can here. For regular readers though, I don’t think they’d particularity accept a computer voice as a means of getting their content.

With that said, at the rate that technology is being developed now days you’d expect to see computer programed voices to be much more advanced within the near future. Once we can here some “feeling” out of a computer operated voice than things can only improve from there.


cPanel Hosting July 2, 2009 at 1:38 am

This is making work pretty easy and simple. Rather than reading the posts or articles, listening to them can be time consuming and helpful as we can do some other work while listening. Thanks for the Share.



George Serradinho July 3, 2009 at 12:06 am

I have used them before and I liked the fact that users could listen to the post being read if they were tired and all. My only concern was the type of voice being used. I think I would of stayed with it if you could change the voices or make it similar to yours, that would be great.


Ricky July 10, 2009 at 7:39 pm

Well I will give it a try.At last I want to see my readers happy


Employee Engagement July 12, 2009 at 2:15 am

Employee Engagement is my interest. So I’m impressed with this software that enables text to be translated to voice.


ceza July 14, 2009 at 1:51 am

This is making work pretty easy and simple. Rather than reading the posts or articles, listening to them can be time consuming and helpful as we can do some other work while listening. Thanks for the Share.
good post thanks.


mIRCYukle September 15, 2009 at 10:13 pm



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