Dialog is a community dedicated to live, spoken convos online.
🎙 Your Voice - connect in the most human way
👯 Interactive Conversations - not just a broadcast
✊ Control - to keep conversations safe and civil
I have used it every week for past month to host a show with my gym. It is also great when you are talking to your friends about something interesting and want to broadcast it. I love the platform and will keep using it :)Pros:
+ love how fast and easy it is to get started with anyone to host a show.Cons:
- Scheduling around to make sure you get the best audience in the door
I've gotten very good at writing snarky texts over the years, and as fun as this can be, this really isn't the best way to have a conversation. With Dialog you can jump into a conversation with anyone on just about any topic. Usually we don't agree at the beginning of the convo but I've found that we almost always end up learning a lot from each other by the end. A totally different experience then trying to debate someone on Twitter.Pros:
Can actually talk to real people!Cons:
Nerve wracking to start your first Dialog
I've used Dialog to host a design call with a friend where we just shoot the shit about a product we both use. Unlike a Twitter conversation, it's focused and free-flowing, and doesn't require a lot of setup. Tuning in to Dialog calls is super interesting as an experience because it feels - unless you raise your hand to participate in the call - like you have this inside track to an otherwise private conversation!
My friends and I have thought about starting a podcast forever and never did anything about it. Dialog is the first platform that made us at least take an initial crack at it without making it feel like a mountain of work. This could be the future of podcasting as we know it!Pros:
Good way to broadcast otherwise "closed" conversations to your network.Cons:
A little tricky to get setup with a co-host.
Dialog has helped me with two things.
1) Share my passion (cycling) and side-hustle (Ride the Vine) with my friends and networks. I have been able to quickly create content directly related to my event, and I can continue to use this content for months to come. I'm excited to get more people on the air with me.
2) Connect with customers. We run a weekly (very meta) "Dialog" call on Dialog, where our users join us LIVE to share their experiences about Dialog and questions they have about the product and their future calls!
Check out my Dialog's here: https://getdialog.am/user/8e42b3...Pros:
So much easier than a podcast. Can quickly have a live, broadcast conversation with friends and peers!Cons:
Finding guests to join you takes a little bit of organizing.
Dialog is a good place for family and friends but don't stop there you can use Dialog for business audio recording or even a podcast.
I love using Dialog and so will you. So um get you Dialog on!Pros:
Dialog is a place like no other on the internet. learning, gathering and the new home of free speech. Knowledgeable and funny people.Cons:
So this is the program that I have been testing off and on the past few months. I still have one more dialog available for my sponsorship (I am also willing to do more if any folks are interested). It was initially pretty buggy, but it seems to be running pretty smooth now.
A really good tool as modern social media accessibility combined with old school communication. Sometimes talking things out is just what is needed to have a better understanding of one another and just becoming a better all around human. Things that I know are areas in which I have been working hard at personally.
Not unlike many others as I have grown to learn, I was raised in a broken household where majority of key life issues are easier swept under the rug than discussed. It is still a sore subject and unfortunately, will probably always be.
But I have opened my windows and let the sunshine through and the cross breeze has been pushing out years of stale and stagnant air.
Dialog is a great place to begin. It may seem odd to bare dirty laundry out for the world to hear, but trust me on this. As your mind clears and burdens are lifted, you just feel so much better about yourself. Or at least I certainly do.
So cheers and congrats. To a new day and a new dialog.
DJ Biggie Boutte
An easy tool to record a conversation and instantly share with social mediaCons:
A little tricky to figure out which drivers work when you are trying to combine to a Digital Audio Workstation
I used Dialog 3-4 times a week to host a web radio show. It has been a much easier path to create audio content - and the real-time nature of it is much more authentic to our company voice and to most of our guests. I would (and have) recommended it widely.Pros:
Easy set up
Still new to Dialog guests