Pennies On The Dollar - Buying Audio Software Smart. Part 10Written by David D. Deprice
AudioStreamer is Internet radio receiver and recorder that lets you enjoy thousands of radio stations available on Internet. While listening to your favorite radio station, you can record any radio station you want, anytime! Browse through radio stations, selecting a genre and preferred bandwidth, and enjoy Internet radio! This Internet radio receiver also lets you search for stations by keywords, like 'top 40'! All radio recordings can be saved as individual tracks, and AudioStreamer automatically adds correct MP3 tag to recording.
The recording library shows you all your recordings, sorted by Genre or Radio station. If there's any artist name available while recording, it will be saved into MP3 Tag automatically! Rename file(s), change or view MP3 Tag info for every file, or play files you recorded earlier. You can also add your favorite station to Favorites list, or add a new station you found on Internet!
6 Steps to Avoid Losing Summer SalesWritten by Kara Kelso
It's a fact - online world dies down in summer time. Kids are out of school, families are on vacation, there's fairs to attend to, and many are just spending too much time outside to be online. For those that market mostly online, summer months could be eating your profit. The good news is, it's easy to take your product to where your market is - offline.
While some of you may moan and groan about leaving comfort of your home to make money, if you don't want to loose out on sales it's only way. Also you will get a chance to meet some local people in your area, and getting out can be good for you!
So what is there to do offline in summer time? PLENTY! There are hundreds of events going on right under your nose, just waiting for you to be a part of. State fair, county fairs, town celebrations, music events, craft fairs, expos - all renting tables and spaces for you to sell. The hard part of marketing events has been done for you, all you have to do is show up!
Use following 6 steps to make your offline event a success:
1. Locate events This isn't as hard as some make it out to be. There are many different ways to get in touch with those in charge of organizing events. Check with your local City Hall or Chamber of Commerse first.