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How to Write More and Work Less

December 2, 2016 @ 7:49 pm
by Ed
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Write a Good Post without Writing a Word

If you'd like to get more writing done but don't have the time, there's someone I'd LOVE you to meet, particularly if your don't have a secretary of your own (as if...)

 

With mine, I simply speak into HER (yes, mine is female) and she takes all my dictation and does all my writing for me. What could be better than that?

 

What I like about her is that the spoken word comes across better than the written word in many instances. So she listens to what I say and then writes it for me. She doesn't always get it right the first time, maybe its just the way I speak but we get along fine with a bit of editing.

 

The fact that she works for FREE makes up for her shortcomings 😉assistant

 

Soooo, would you like to have an assistant like her?

 

You can and here's who she really is and how she works...

 

She's a Google Chrome extension so all you need to do is add it to your Google Chrome browser and you can start training her or him, straight away.

 

 

Once you have the software open the first thing you need to do is to select your language. There's plenty to choose from so I don't think you have difficulty finding yours.

 

Once you have that setup, look for the blue microphone icon on the right hand side click on that and when it goes red you can dictate your post.

 

When you pause for a little while you'll notice that the microphone will turn to Blue so don't be surprised if you have a little break and then start dictating again and find it doesn't write for you. Just a little something to be aware of.

 

Like any new bit of software of this nature you will have to train it a little bit to your voice.

 

In the bottom left-hand corner of the screen there is a menu where you can correct words that are put in incorrectly by VoiceNote II. You can explore the rest of the icons yourself. They are very similar to anything you'd find on any WYSIWIG editor and all fairly self-explanatory.

 

So take the time to train your new secretary because I think you'll find she'll be a useful addition to your marketing team.

 


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