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Ausha Unveils New AI Speech-to-Text Transcription Feature to Boost Podcast Accessibility and SEO

Ausha Unveils New AI Speech-to-Text Transcription Feature to Boost Podcast Accessibility and SEO


April 11, 2024

Ausha now offers a new AI-Powered Transcription feature, making podcasts easy to find and accessible on search engines. This feature comes with support for multiple languages and is compatible with podcasting 2.0 standards.

AI-Powered Transcription: Effortless Integration Meets Precision

Developed in the true spirit of Ausha, the Transcription service is not only robust but also remarkably user-friendly.

While Ausha has developed this feature from the ground up, its exceptional performance is powered by the core AI Speech-to-Text technology from, a leader in audio intelligence. This utilization of’s technology has enabled Ausha to transform 30 minutes of audio into text in less than five minutes, achieving an impressive 95% accuracy rate.

For the few instances where precision is challenged, the system smartly highlights uncertainties, paving the way for quick and easy corrections. The feature is complemented by an integrated audio player and a dynamic transcript that visually tracks spoken words in real-time, creating a karaoke-like effect. This intuitive setup not only simplifies editing but also seamlessly identifies and differentiates between multiple speakers, enhancing precision significantly.

Embracing Global Voices

Understanding the importance of inclusivity, Ausha’s Transcription supports 99 languages, ensuring no voice is left behind. Beyond excelling in English, particular emphasis has been placed on ensuring high efficiency in French, Ausha’s native language, as well as other languages that typically receive less attention in transcription tools. This commitment extends to European users, with all data handling meeting GDPR standards, underscoring Ausha’s dedication to privacy and compliance.

Seamless Integration and SEO Boost

Traditionally, podcasters might rely on separate services for transcription, complicating their content management workflow.

Ausha changes the game by embedding this feature directly within the platform, eliminating the need to juggle between tools – and their subscriptions. Transcripts are automatically added to the Ausha website, boosting SEO significantly, and integrated into the RSS feed to enrich metadata on compatible platforms like Apple Podcasts.

Thanks to the Transcription export in various formats (.txt, .json, .srt, .vtt), podcasters can use the text as subtitles for videos published via Ausha on YouTube and can easily repurpose this content across various communication channels.

Supporting Podcasting 2.0

Ausha is not just about the present but also the future of podcasting. By supporting the Podcasting 2.0 initiative, Ausha emphasizes its commitment to innovation within the podcasting community.

The podcast:transcript feature, part of Podcasting 2.0 standards, allows for enriched podcast metadata, enhancing discoverability and accessibility across platforms. This alignment with Podcasting 2.0 standards reflects Ausha’s vision to be at the forefront of podcasting technology, driving the industry forward.

Ausha’s new Transcription service is now available to all platform users, regardless of their subscription level.

For more information, visit our website or contact our support team.

About Ausha

Ausha stands as a leading force in the realm of Innovative Podcast Marketing.

Founded in France in 2018 and making its mark in the U.S. since 2022, Ausha provides an all-in-one platform that simplifies every facet of podcast marketing.

From seamless hosting and distribution across major global directories to advanced promotional tools backed by AI, Ausha is the go-to platform for over 11,000 podcasters worldwide.

Always at the cutting edge of technology, Ausha is committed to empowering podcasters to grow their audience. Beyond our tech expertise, Ausha is proud to be a “Great Place to Work” and is dedicated to various social and environmental causes. Learn more at