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You need text for whatever you do online, and there is no better, cheaper and more efficient way than using Nuance “dragon naturally speaking”.

If you do ANYTHING on line - get "Dragon Naturally Speaking" NOW.

Web development and even more so affiliate marketing, or actually any online marketing requires a fair bit of writing. This is probably why it scare people away. But you don’t need to be scared away any longer, now you have a "Dragon Naturally Speaking" here to help you.

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The basics is that you need lots of traffic to be able to sell online, you have millions and millions of potential customers, but you need to get them to your website and to see your product. The process of generating traffic, “visitors to your website” is done via the search engines, Google, Microsoft / Bing / Yahoo and 7 Search - to mention a few. (As a matter of fact this short list probably covers 95% of the about 80 million searches that are done every hour.)

So you need traffic, and therefore you need to please the search engines, this we call search engine optimisation SEO. SEO is the process of designing your website, and your website content, so that its relevant when people searching for your products in a Google search. If you are selling carrots, then it just makes sense to mention carrots on a few places throughout the website - and then Google pick up on that, and when people searching for carrots Google will display your website. It's that simple.

Another area of SEO, is to keep your website active, search engines recording changes on websites, recording activity. A stagnant website that haven’t changed for a couple of years, obviously has no new information, and no value to the Google customer - and therefore will not be shown in a Google search.

So, from that we have to conclude that we must go and change our website everyday, which can be a daunting and tedious task. But a popular solution to creating activity on your website is to use a blogging, there are millions of blog sites covering any imaginary subject, and they are generating quite good traffic. So, you probably love your product, and you love talking about it - so why not talk about it online.

Yes literary talk about it -it’s all you have to do using "Dragon Naturally Speaking", and it’s exactly what I’m doing right now. It’s a software package, and it is very cheap in comparison to what data it is able to process, check out Nuance”s - "Dragon Naturally Speaking" HERE – NOW.

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You will find that Nuance have a lot of other software / tools to help you save a lot of time in the office when it comes to document handling. Not least document creation and PDF editing and conversions.

If you have an average small business office, and you might not have fully qualified secretaries to do your written / communication (a 25 wpm secreter?) - then I would estimate that "Dragon Naturally Speaking" can save you up to 90% of your time wasted on those tasks. – Try it out.


I have been using dragon naturally speaking since 2009, about four years now, starting with release version #10, and are writing this letter with the help of the 12 Premium version of "Dragon Naturally Speaking".

It is a big powerful program, yet are very easy to install and use, you will be typing away at the professional speed within minutes.

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Here’s a bit of review on "Dragon Naturally Speaking";

There are features in "Dragon Naturally Speaking" 12 that many people will never use, but its core dictation capability is excellent, while the context-sensitive sidebar help is a big improvement.

We've been following "Dragon Naturally Speaking" for many years. In its early days the speech recognition software tended to overwhelm the average computer, and regular pauses for the system to catch up with dictation made for a frustrating experience.

Things have moved on considerably, and when we reviewed version 11 of "Dragon Naturally Speaking" (NS) two years ago we found it slick in operation, if somewhat lacking in the help and support department.

When Nuance launched Dragon NS 10, it claimed 99 percent accuracy. With version 11 the claim was a 15 percent improvement on that. Version 12 boasts a 20 percent 'out-of-the-box' accuracy improvement. How soon will the company be claiming 100 percent accuracy?

In producing this update, then, Nuance has a challenge on its hands. How do you enhance an application that performs its core task well, and what extra features might attract new buyers and tempt upgrades? Nuance says there are more than 100 new features, improvements and enhancements in version 12, so it has clearly found plenty to do.

Yes I would agree that "Dragon Naturally Speaking", have come a long way since version 10. It is certainly keeping up with my speed of talking, even so when I reading in normal speed out of a book. It is actually recommended that you keep a reasonable speed when dictating, "Dragon Naturally Speaking" is analysing your words and sentences and paragraphs and from that or selecting the right words for you.

So yes I strongly recommend that if you doing anything online, you need to produce text and there is no better way to do it than using "Dragon Naturally Speaking".

You are welcome to call me, and I might be able to answer some of your questions and concerns.

Good luck with your typing and blogging.

 

 To a happy and healthy life! - SPEED TYPING LIFE.

 

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Nuance, Review

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Dragon Speech Recognition Software
Stop typing and start doing.



Dragon is the world’s best-selling speech recognition software. It turns your talk into text and can make virtually any computer task easier and faster. From capturing ideas and creating documents, to email and searching the web, to using simple voice commands to control many of the popular programs you use every day at home, work – and beyond.

 

Nuance; Dragon Naturally Speaking 12 Premium review.

Summary: There are features in Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 that many people will never use, but its core dictation capability is excellent, while the context-sensitive sidebar help is a big improvement.
Sandra Vogel

By Sandra Vogel | http://www.zdnet.com | September 14, 2012


We've been following Dragon NaturallySpeaking for many years. In its early days the speech recognition software tended to overwhelm the average computer, and regular pauses for the system to catch up with dictation made for a frustrating experience.

Things have moved on considerably, and when we reviewed version 11 of Dragon NaturallySpeaking (NS) two years ago we found it slick in operation, if somewhat lacking in the help and support department.

When Nuance launched Dragon NS 10, it claimed 99 percent accuracy. With version 11 the claim was a 15 percent improvement on that. Version 12 boasts a 20 percent 'out-of-the-box' accuracy improvement. How soon will the company be claiming 100 percent accuracy?

In producing this update, then, Nuance has a challenge on its hands. How do you enhance an application that performs its core task well, and what extra features might attract new buyers and tempt upgraders? Nuance says there are more than 100 new features, improvements and enhancements in version 12, so it has clearly found plenty to do.

There are two retail versions of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12: 12 Home costs £79.99 (inc. VAT; £66.66 ex. VAT), while 12 Premium costs £149.99 (inc. VAT; £124.99 ex. VAT). The more expensive option, reviewed here, includes support for Excel and PowerPoint, mobile dictation, multiple audio inputs for each user profile, wireless dictation over Bluetooth, and custom commands for text and graphics.
dragon-12-deviceNuance bundles a wired headset with Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 Premium, but you can use your own if you prefer.

The first hurdle is installation and training. The setup process is straightforward and will be familiar to anyone who has used previous versions of Dragon NS. You'll need to set up a user profile, which stores information about your speech patterns. Multiple users can share the software by creating their own profiles.
dns-12-setupSetup involves testing your audio subsystem and building a profile of your speech patterns.

The process involves connecting your microphone or headset and running through some material from which the software can learn your speech patterns. This takes about ten minutes to complete, after which you can take a new interactive tutorial that guides you through best practice for dictating, editing and formatting texts. One of our longstanding criticisms of Dragon NS is that its myriad features can be difficult to access, so this introduction to some of the software's features at an early stage is a welcome development. Of course, you can skip the interactive tutorial and work through it later if you prefer.

We used a Plantronics USB wireless headset that we tested version 11 with, rather than Nuance's provided wired headset. Setup was straightforward, and we were soon dictating into Microsoft Word.

Version 12 extends support for the Dragon Remote Microphone app to include Android as well as iOS. This app turns a smartphone into a wireless microphone that works over Wi-Fi. Nuance provides a QR code within its help files, which gives the app the profile name, computer name and IP data it needs to function, making setup relatively straightforward. There is also increased support for wideband 16KHz Bluetooth wireless headsets — if you prefer a wired headset, the bundled one in Dragon NS Premium 12 is reasonably good.

Dragon NS 12 automatically does some formatting for you — putting dates and percentages in the correct format, for example. It also handles some key grammatical points like formatting numbers correctly. How many of us know the grammar rule that says the numbers 0 to 9 should be written out in words, while larger numbers should be expressed numerically? Dragon NS 12 does, and it also puts the commas into large numbers like 9,100,027 as you speak them.
dragon-12-sidebarThe Sidebar delivers context-sensitive help relating to the application you're dictating into.

When we reviewed version 11 we found the sidebar a good idea in theory, but it was lacking in context-sensitive assistance. Nuance has fixed this to a large extent by making the sidebar intelligent enough to know what application you have active. Open Word, for example, and it gives you a series of commands for use within that program. Switch to Firefox and the sidebar offers you a new set of commands. It's a real step forward.
dragon-12-correctThe Correction Menu offers a set of choices when you say "correct that".

Error correction has had a time-saving makeover too: now, when you say 'correct that', up pops the Correction Menu offering a range of options.

Among Dragon NS 12's many enhancements is the ability to learn your preferences as you use the software. Smart Format Rules note your formatting corrections, for example, so that dictated documents retain a personal touch. This is less about understanding your particular writing style, and more about allowing your formatting preferences to override Dragon's own rules. The example given in the help file centres on whether you prefer to have units of measurement abbreviated or spelled out in full (kg or kilograms, for example).

There is improved support for users of Gmail and other web-based services with IE 9, Firefox 12, Chrome 16 and higher all supported, for example. The text to speech engine has also been enhanced with fast forward, rewind, speed and volume controls integrated, along with a more natural-sounding voice.

We've waited two years for Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11 to graduate to version 12, albeit with an interim 11.5 release in between. Nuance has certainly done more than tinker at the edges, with the improved sidebar perhaps the star feature among an array of new and enhanced capabilities. There are features in Dragon NS 12 that many people will never use, but its core dictation capability is now well and truly under control.