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January 10, 2010

You’ve seen their ads everywhere on the internet. They’re ubiquitous! But did you know that SitePal has a free trial offer? You can find out if using one of these captivating speaking characters is what you want for your own website.


But be careful if you go for the free trial! You can only use a limited number of featuress for free. If you get addicted, it will cost you a minimum of $9.95 / month. And that includes only the basic features:

  • Use the editor to customize your characters. Includes over 70 models and 200 backgrounds – or upload your own image or video.
  • Add voice by phone, mic or upload MP3 files.
  • Create & edit unlimited characters & audios.
  • Publish to HTML webpages, emails, PowerPoint, or Facebook.
  • API for advanced users.
  • Unlimited email support.
  • 1,500 streams / month.

Other features that you may like to have, such as using SitePal’s Text-To-Speech script, require a more expensive membership. And, of course, if you want everything that’s available, you had better be making a lot of money online, because it will cost you $250 / month!

Speaking of TTS, I found a website that will convert Text To Speech, and create an MP3 recording for you to use. If you’re interested, check out Text2Speech – it’s free!

I encourage you to give SitePal a try. It’s really a lot of fun, and it won’t cost you anything for 15 days. Of course, as usual, if you decide to pay a monthly fee, I will get a commission for my excellent salesmanship!

Experiment with the banner below – don’t be afraid! Try moving your cursor around Dana’s head, and see what happens. You can even put words in her mouth. If you just enter something in the text box and click “Speak”, it will NOT take you to the SitePal website. Dana will just say it, and add a commercial message. Or you can click on other parts of the banner, if you dare!

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  1. The current best text to speech software is Text Speaker. It has customizable pronunciation, reads anything on your screen, and it even has talking reminders. It is great for learning languages as it highlights the words as they are being read. The bundled voices are well priced and sound very human. Voices are available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, and more. Easily converts blogs, email, e-books, and more to MP3 or for listening instantly.

    Comment by sarin — June 17, 2015 @ 9:10 am

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