When choosing a niche or simply measuring your business progress, it’s easy to focus on your total audience size.
We all want to have as big of an audience as possible. We see websites with hundreds of thousands or even millions of visitors and think,
“Why couldn’t that be me? What am I doing wrong? My content is a lot better then theirs, and look how successful they are!”
This is a dangerous way to think, and can set you up for the wrong targets.
The reality is, it is possible to make 10x the income with an audience a fraction of the size, and it’s dependent on several different factors.
Let’s look over some of these now, and prove that audience size – for the most part, doesn’t matter when it comes to online business success.
Audacity is incredibly customizable, and one of the biggest things you can do to immediately change the appearance of the software is to change Audacity’s themes.
This takes only a few moments, and doing so is actually quite simple.
When running a WordPress blog, it’s a good idea to show excepts instead of full posts on your home page, category pages, and archive pages.
The benefits are numerous – not only does it make it easier for visitors to find the content they’re looking for, but it decreases page loading times, prevents duplicate content issues with Google, and improves your website’s overall SEO.
But how is this actually done?
If your blog is currently showing the full content of each article, don’t worry – showing post excerpts is quite easy, and should only take a few steps.
Let’s look into how to show post excerpts on your important WordPress pages.
When you’re editing audio in Audacity, you’ll want to take advantage of every little tip and trick you can in order to speed up your editing workflow.
One of the most effective ways to do this is to speedup playback of the audio.
Recording your computer’s internal system audio is an important feature that Audacity makes quite simple.
Perhaps you need to record something on your computer for a video, you want to edit something you find online but can’t download, or you simply want to blend multiple tracks together, recording system audio is easy. Let me show you how.
While the first option will only work on Windows, the second option will also work on Mac or Linux.