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Professional Business Audio On Your Website

posted by onhold in "Tips & Info"
August 7, 2018

Have you taken a good look at your website lately? What about your blog? Does it need some livening up? If so, why not consider adding some video content?  Whether it’s a tutorial, a product demonstration, or information showcasing your business, videos can add a whole new marketing dynamic to an otherwise run of the mill webpage or blog site. Of course, you could just post a simple video without sound… (boring…), or, you could turn it into a real audience grabber by throwing in some voice and sound effects.  


Sound and multimedia can be an engaging way to make your site more ‘active’ or alive…take it from flat and static to WOW. It’s a key element in making an emotional connection with the viewer, so why not take advantage of sound to enhance your site and user experience? We know what you’re thinking……easier said than done, right?  Wrong!  Anything is possible and effortless, with the On-Hold Marketing team helping you out. 

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Our professional voice talents can deliver just the right amount of personality and expertise required to make your video a success, plus our well-stocked audio library is sure to have the perfect music or sound effects needed to bring your video to life. In fact, it could be the secret ingredient that differentiates you from competitors and helps you stand out from the crowd. Make your website the one browsers will remember when it comes time to buy! But…don’t pepper your site with audio on every page; make sure it’s meaningful and useful to your audience. Ready to get started? Contact us today for a free quote at

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Don’t forget our experienced writers and social solutions division can also help with creating content, developing interesting entries and adding that extra sparkle and dimension to all your social media platforms.

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