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How to convert a blog article to a podcast in under 5 minutes
How to convert a blog article to a podcast in under 5 minutes
Written by Support Team
Updated over a week ago

Writecream is a newly launched AI-based copywriting software that is highly growing among its contenders. Being a free variant this software never fails to clash with its elite competitors. In this article, we will learn about the process regarding how I prepared a podcast from a written article and customised it through the help of Writecream.


The age of the internet is dynamic. Countless people often tend to generate the maximum output utilising a small amount of input and some of them turn out to be really successful in this process. In order to initiate a satisfactory output, one must efficiently use its resources.

Similarly, bloggers and content writers around the internet allow themselves to generate results that are linked with their profession and preparing podcasts through the help of Blog-to-Podcast converters is also a method that shows the optimum utilization of resources. Here, the blog content is used as a resource which is later converted by the Blog-to-Podcast converter.

Writecream is also a reputed Blog-to-Podcast converter and never fails to satisfy the needs of idealist customers. Creating a podcast now is now a really easy task to perform with the help of Writecream. Its is also a GPT AI-based software that usually helps people to compose their own articles and blogs. Moreover, this software creates podcasts using blog content and featuring a range of customization like accents, voice, intervals, breathing sounds etc.


Making your articles audible is now easier than ever! It is one of the swift and simple ways to turn your blog content into a podcast. People around the world can not always provide the time or budget in order to create their own podcasts and that is the only reason behind the making of Writecream Blog-to-Podcast converter.

Also, a podcast is the latest trend nowadays. To procure an engaging podcast there are many important elements to follow such as podcast titles, the reason behind the podcast, a good speaker, technical supremacy, and obviously good content. However, if a creator can produce written content then making a podcast through Writecream is a matter of seconds.

Writecream is also accompanied by plenty of features such as E-commerce copywriting, blog idea generator, social media copies and much more which makes Writecream an efficient all in one software.



Writecream is an efficient all in one software but the elegant and simple UI of this AI-based tool makes it unique and user friendly. Users that newly joined this scenario (including myself) find it extremely easy to use, allowing them to create quality outputs in no time. Moreover, it is free to use software that attracts a large sum of users to try this software.

In order to compose a podcast, I created a new account in Writecream. Anyone can create a free account in Writecream. After that, we reach Writecream's landing page. From there click on the 'Dashboard' option from the menu available on the left side of the window. Here you can see a large set of options that Writeceram offers as a copywriting software. Scroll down to the end of the page and select 'Create a Voiceover' to generate a realistic AI-based podcast. You will be redirected to a new page following that including a text input box. Then copy the content you want to convert and paste the text in the input box. Make sure to generate not more than 3000 characters because it is the maximum sum of letters that Writecreams allows converting in one go.

If the blog post is longer than 3000 characters, then the user can split it into multiple inputs, generate audio outputs for each, and then combine all of the audio files sequentially using Audio Joiner.

There is a character counter tool one can use: After visiting the website you will be sent directly to the functioning page, where you can paste the blog you want to count.

After the input is made, you will automatically see how many characters are there in the article.

After determining the number of characters, move to Drop the copied text in the 'Text to split' box.

After the text input, select the splitting method. The 'Block' method will split the whole text based on how many parts you want. The 'Number of parts' method specifies how many characters you want in a part.

As we know that Writecream supports up to 3000 characters, selected that specific amount under the 'Number of parts' method will work best.

After splitting the parts you will find the outputs on the left side of the window which you can use individually in Writecream.

You can also customize the podcast and show your creativity. Choose your desired speed of the speech to include in the podcast. You can also tweak breathing sounds and intervals. Set the accent of your wish and then click on the generate icon placed just below the page and your realistic podcast is ready in no time!


There are numerous articles that usually exceed the limitation of 3000 words. For those articles, at first, we need to generate separate audio files and download them. After that, we shall visit the official website of Audiojoiner

You will be redirected to Audiojoiner's home page. From there you will find an import option named 'Add Tracks' on the top left corner of the screen. From there you can the part audio files of the podcast that you want to merge. Also you can adjust the time stamps and intervals.

Then select the 'Join' tab to initiate the complete podcast as the output. You can choose the file format from options like MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC, MP3 works best for me.

Press download to save the file in your device and now you are ready with your complete podcast!

You can check how the podcast sounds like that I created via Writecream through this link:


As mentioned earlier, you can tweak the blog output as much as you want. However, I found out the best combination that worked for me and would like to share that. You can choose the accent however you like. There are also multiple options to those accents which you can sort according to your preference. But I would recommend keeping the speed at 1.1 and 'Enhanced Audio' along with 'Breathing Sound' on which resulted best for me. Now you are all set to generate your podcast! Moreover, Writecream supports not just the English language but regional ones (like Hindi) too. The user can input the text in English and generate the output in Hindi. Writecream will automatically convert English to Hindi in the background.

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