If you want to seriously increase your content output, you should grab a copy of Dragon Naturally Speaking.
Everytime I see a thread about how great DNS is there's usually a handful of people that write "I need to grab a copy soon". Well I've seen some of these folks write that 3, 6 or even 12 months later in similar threads and I was wondering, what's stopping you now? It's a great piece of voice recognition software that one can use to talk into a microphone and crank out some serious content.
Look, I've been using DNS for over 5 years now. It started with version 5.0 that I picked up on eBay. Since then I've cranked out thousands of pages of content, creating ebooks, blog comments, reports, answering customer support e-mails, etc. using DNS. For some people it takes a little while to get it trained right.....trust me, it's worth it.
Here are some ideas if you're looking for a good deal.
1. TigerDirect usually has a good price on it, for most people you don't need the WAZZOOO version, the basic one will usually do the trick. The basic version normally costs $99.99 but you should never have to pay retail since plenty of places give discounts or rebates on it:
Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 Standard with Headset - Easy to Use, PC Software at TigerDirect.com
2. Use Shopzilla.com and type in Dragon Naturally Speaking so you can compare prices at any given time:
Shopzilla - Comparison shopping online
3. Check out both the Best Buy and Fry's Electronic websites since they sometimes run promotions on this bad boy (also check out your local electronic stores, but call them first for prices):
Fry's Home Electronics | Computer Parts & Accessories, Software, Games, TVs, Cameras - Frys.com
Lastly, you can also check out eBay, but make sure you find a seller with nothing but positive feedback and has been around for a while.
Awright, so whacha waitin' for?