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How To Become A Content Writer

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by evilclown, Feb 14, 2013.

  1. evilclown

    evilclown Senior Member

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    I know in the past I created a thread about how to make $7.25 per hour that threat was actually just meant to have fun.
    This thread actually is a real way of how to make money; I'm going to explain what tools and what method actually use to begin writing content for money.

    You see many people need content for their website; many people won't sit down and write the content themselves they will hire a freelance content writer. This is where you will come into play. Now you might be thinking that sitting down and writing all that content will take you a long time and that your fingers are going to die of so much key pressing. Well you're in for a surprise, many content writers use speech to text.

    You have probably heard of text-to-speech, have you heard Stephen Hawking talking? He sounds very robotic, but anyways text to speech is when the computer reads to you the words in a document.

    Now speech to text is the opposite, where the user speaks to the computer or dictates the computer and this one types into a document.

    So what software do you need?

    Two comes into mind as the best options:
    1. Windows voice recognition
    2. Dragon naturally speaking

    Windows voice recognition software does a great job on recognizing users voice, it's all so works great for working with Windows applications. While Dragon naturally speaking learns how the users speak, in other words it could be trained to understand the user.

    Now in order for you to become a content writer you really need to set up either software and train it as much as possible. You should take three or four hours and read documents to your software. This way it will recognize your speech patterns.

    Not only it will help your software understanding you, but you will learn how your software reacts to your speech.

    Once you have mastered your software you can start selling cheap content, learn the ropes and become better at content writing.

    Hopefully these few lines can help you start creating content for others or for even your own sites. I actually created this using Dragon naturally speaking. Enjoy!
     
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  2. Jeffreyy

    Jeffreyy Registered Member

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    great contribution thanks
     
  3. Ontealdon

    Ontealdon Regular Member

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    Good and well-known method, but thanks anyway.
    This is a good one, too : Open a YouTube video about your keyword/topic - Make DNS listen it - Here's your content!
     
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    howardmarks Newbie

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    Thats actually a great idea. Thanks for that. Tho im going to twist it slightly and use maybe a podcast or similar. Only learned of speech to text this week.
    Alternatives to paid software are android apps. Need more editing but free
     
  5. cburton81

    cburton81 Elite Member

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    Thanks for reminding me about Windows voice recognition... I forget sometimes that my Windows has some cool tools.