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  1. Add Audio to Your Web Site and Increase Your Sales up to 35%! By Teri Mramer
    Ok, you've got your site built, you have traffic coming to it, a good product at a reasonable price.... hmmm... what else do you need?What else could increase your conversion rate?Audio!All right I know what you're thinking... "Why should I go to all of the trouble of adding audio to my web site?"Because it can increase your sales by up to 35%!! That's why.Adding streaming audio it isn't as hard as you have been led to believe and you don't even have to pay a monthly fee either. You can start …


  2. Why Aren't You Using Audio? By Ronni Rhodes
    As use of the Internet continues to grow geometrically, we see an increased demand for information to be provided by a variety of media. Viewing options can range from simple text to PDF documents to video clips. Unfortunately, each option requires more and more resources and technological know-how. As convergence moves inexorably forward, we have to ask ourselves if there is a practical way to combine the best of this technology and still provide the user with a satisfying Internet experie…


  3. Make Your Website Talk: How to Install Streaming Audio on Your Site By Donald Nelson
    One of the most important tasks in online selling, and indeed in all selling, is to convince the prospective buyer that you are someone who can be trusted. A nice picture of yourself in your “about” section is helpful, but even more convincing would be a heartfelt audio message in which you explain yourself and introduce your product or service.If you are thinking that installing a sound capability on your website would be beyond your technical or financial means then I think you will change y…


  4. The Latest Developments in the Audio Book World By Paton Jackson
    In the recorded history of humanity, probably no invention has had a greater influence than the introduction of printing in the fifteenth century by Johannes Gutenberg. Nowadays, with the latest development in audio books, some believe that the printing era is coming to its’ end. If you are an audio book publisher, an audio book fan or just wondering whether you should try one of theses audio books everybody is talking about, you are in the right place. Find out the latest developments in this…


  5. Why Publishing MP3 Can Cost You A Fortune By Louis Allport
    This was news to me. It might be news to you too:MP3 is NOT free to use if you're an online publisher. BUT - let me be clear - there are some opt-outs. It appears you don't have to pay any license fees if:It's for personal use or non commercial reasons (not generating income). OR - if your company revenue is below $100,000 a year.Now, these rules might change of course. Make sure to check these yourself and ensure you're up to date by visiting mp3licensing.com for full details.However, wh…


  6. Streaming Audio Recorders By Ron Brown
    1. i-Sound WMA MP3 Recorder 6.x - On Sale www.abyssmedia.comi-Sound Recorder turn your computer into complete audio recording studio. You can record sound from internal or external source into MP3, OGG, WMA, APE, WAV format sound file directly without costing any other disk space. With VOX feature program can become ideal solution for automatical digitizing LPs and Cassettes.2.Handy MP3 Recorder 4.0 - On Sale www.audio-recorder.bizHandy MP3 Recorder is an award winning high-quality sound recor…


  7. How to Create Professional Audio Books from Scratch By Alan Twigg
    My name is Alan Twigg and I'm writing this article to offer advice to anyone thinking of creating their own professional audio books.In the New Year I came up with the idea of creating professional children’s stories and offering them for download on the internet. The thing was, however, while I had someone to write the stories - my mother - and someone to market the stories – me, I knew nobody who knew about how to record the stories professionally. I knew it must be reasonably easy, since I …


  8. The Ten Commandments To Creating Amazing Audio Products By John Kiel
    1.Thou shall create audio products as the fastest way to come out with a product.Forget about e-books. They take to long to create especially if you’re a slooooow typist. You can create an audio product in a day instead of weeks or months with an e-book. If you must create an e-book, do the audio first and have someone transcribe the audio into a word file. You than clean it up and add some chapter heads and an index and Bam! You have an instant e-book2.Thou shall use a headset microphone for…


  9. WAV; Useful Applications; Recording Your Tapes or L.P.s to CD By Brian Beshore
    My first article about digital recording that I have had published in various places on the net for some time, talks about the two main audio formats midi. and wav.I have decided therefore, to devote the next few articles to addressing some of the questions I have received about this first article.Keep in mind that the wav. format is the one that is used for burning directly to CD. To do this, you just need to open your CD burning software, find your wav. file and drag or drop it into your bur…


  10. What Kind of an Audio Book to Buy - Free Audio Book (MP3), Cd, or Cassette Audio Book By Paton Jackson
    The modern technology gives us the opportunity to “open” the existing concept of a book. Nowadays, in addition to reading a book in the old fashioned way, one can listen to audio book in one of at least 3 methods: An audio book on a cassette, an audio book on a CD or an audio book in the format of a MP3 or other audio file. In this article we will examine the different parameters that one should consider when buying a new “book”:1. Size and Weight – The smaller and lighter, the better. Carryi…


  11. Adding Streaming Audio to Your Website By Nell Taliercio
    Adding streaming audio to your web site can help you enhance the message you send to your customers and can serve as a wonderful confidence-building tool. In the past, audio was used primarily as a decorative effect, but advances in technology and the increased use of the internet by consumers have made it easy for you to add streaming audio to your web site and create a personal bond with your clientele. You can also add streaming audio to your newsletter or blog for a personal touch that wil…


  12. Teleseminars, Audio Downloads, Podcasts: Listen Up So You’ll Learn and Earn More By Ronald A Murphy
    Internet Marketers love audio. You can’t blame them. They used to have to spend weeks, or even months, writing an ebook to have something to sell. Now, they just pick a hot topic, interview an expert for a couple of hours with the recorder turned on, and Bam! They’ve got a hot new information product.The audience for these products seem to love audio too. It’s certainly quicker than reading a book. Because it can be produced more quickly, information can be more timely. One late summer da…


  13. Eight Reasons Why You Must Add Audio to Your Website By Tracey Meagher
    NUMBER 1 : INTERNET USERS REMEMBER WHAT THEY HEAR Did you know that Internet users remember only 20% of what they read while remembering an amazing 70% of what they hear? Audio on your website will help your message stay with fresh your visitors for longer.NUMBER 2 : AUDIO INCREASES SUBSCRIPTION RATES Using audio to convey a personal message to entice visitors to subscribe to your newsletter will result in up to 400% more subscribers than using traditional subscription marketing methods.NUMBE…


  14. Internet Radio: A Sanctuary in the Rubbish Tip By Andrew Bonney
    The internet, it's a whole world of information and entertainment, but every day it fills up just that extra bit more with complete trash. At every corner, popups, banner ads, viruses, spyware, the list goes on, well I've had enough and I'm sure you share my opinion.So, I hear you ask, what does the rubbish online have to do with internet radio. Absolutely nothing! It's a complete opposite. Back in November of 2004, every evening I sat at home bored to death writing English essays and comple…


  15. The Ten Commandments of Using Streaming Audio On Your Website By Felix Gossamer
    When it comes to placing audio on your website there are Ten Commandments you absolutely must follow. Break one of these Commandments and you can watch your website drive visitors away faster than the speed of sound. Fortunately, if you follow the Ten Commandments you can get people to stay at your website longer, inquire about your product or service more often, and even buy more of what you are selling. Doesn’t that sound good?So without further ado, here are the Ten Commandments you must fo…


  16. An MP3 Download Trick that Works By Ron Hutton
    You signed up for a teleseminar and ended up missing it. Dang!But the hosts recorded it. Yah!They sent you an email message that says "Go here now and listen to the call in its entirety. BUT the web link in the email message points direct to the MP3 file and your browser's protesting. Dang again.The message you've received looks something like..."You can download and listen to the call to find out our exact secrets. Go here now:http://www.some-guru-site.com/teleseminar-recording.htm"Have yo…


  17. Free Audio Books Vs. The Old Fashioned Books By Paton Jackson
    In the last two decades a new concept has arisen - The concept of listening to a book instead of reading it. The audio book technology is still developing but audio books are getting more and more popular. However, the old fashioned book is still the much more common than any other method. In this article we will elaborate on the differences between these two book methods:1. Size and Weight – The audio book does not have the limitation of the the size and the amount of the printing words. The …


  18. wav; Recording Voice or Instruments By Brian Beshore
    A graduate student in Belfast wrote to me about a project he was doing. It is an inter-active instructional CD on the Tin Whistle.Obviously here is another application where you would record direct to wav. and forget about the midi. format.He wanted an authentic sound and midi. would never provide this. You might get close, if you used the right sound card or plug-ins and I will go into this in more detail in later writings about midi.If you can play an instrument or sing, you will want to rec…


  19. Jingles - What Constitutes A Successful Jingle Campaign? By Barry Volk
    What constitutes a successful jingle campaign? In this article we will examine and listen to 4 successful jingle campaigns and look for key ingredients to their success.Jingle Campaign #1, Mr. Chau’s Chinese Fast Food: http://www.soundad.com/audio/MrChau.mp3This radio & TV musical identity has been the cornerstone of Mr. Chau’s campaign since 1996 and is still a current hit. In that time span he has grown from 6 to 22 regional locations.We were asked to find a creative and fun way to reach an …


  20. DVD Audio: An Introduction By Robert Armstrong
    DVD Audio is a music format that is designed to offer improved audio performance over CD. The new audio format can be used to provide listeners with Advanced Resolution stereo and/or multi-channel (up to a maximum of six channels) music. In order to play back DVD Audio discs, players have to be specially designed to support the format. So far, consumer electronics manufacturers have announced a range of DVD Audio players, including home decks, portable players and devices for cars.DVD Au…


  21. Transmit Clean Digital Audio with Digital Coaxial Cables By Jon Martin
    In the world of digital audio, there are two types of cable to choose from; optical cables which use light to transmit signal and digital coaxial cable. These audio cables will enable your home theater system to transmit digital data between components. This will provide you with superior sound quality over typical RCA audio cables.How Digital Coaxial Cable WorksDigital coaxial cables employ the same principles as other coaxial cables. The inner conducting layer is surrounded by an outer co…


  22. How to Add Audio to Video By Hans Dekker
    Digital media is everywhere you look. Music and video production have made it to the grass roots level thanks to the affordability and widespread use of powerful computers.Inexpensive digital video cameras are widely available, and older analog video cameras can be connected to a computer through a video card to download movies to the computer for editing, storage, and distribution to friends and relatives over the internet.It has become fairly easy to edit your own videos, and there are many …


  23. How To Record Streaming Audio, Internet Radio And By David Deprice
    When it comes to music on the Internet, you have two legal choices: you can stream tracks, or you can purchase them as individual downloads.Replay Music can record streamed songs from most applications, break them into individual files (either as WAV or 128- to 320-Kbps MP3 files) and even tag them with the correct song and artist info. It does this by taking a digital fingerprint of a song and comparing it with the information stored in its central server.The program works with a variety of s…


  24. Exponentially Grow Your Business Sharing What You Know - Using Eight Types of Audio Programs By Coco Fossland
    If you are a solo-entrepreneur or small business owner that provides expert services to your market, and you're not harnessing the value and impact of offering audio programs, you are missing out on the opportunity to exponentially expand your business.Unlike the services you provide to clients, which are offered one-on-one, audio programs can be packaged and delivered to large numbers of people as a passive-revenue product.So, you may be wondering, what exactly are Audio Programs and Products…


  25. Get Personal by Adding Your Voice to Your Site By Jeffrey Abbott
    Many customers in today's online business world are shopping around online for a reason; either they are too lazy to go to stores, do not like the masses of people, or they might just want to shop in the comfort of their home. What ever the reason might be, we can conclude that they are not in a store, but rather they are on your site. Just because your businesses is online doesn't mean that you can't conduct your business like that of a normal store. Compare your site to a clothing store i…






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