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Transcription of content? What do you want to know?

2015-05-05 10.03.31Transcription of content? So…what’s that all about?

I’m not in the business of trying to speak to everyone, I know that. I was at a school reunion the other day and I talked to a few old pals who asked me what I do for a living these days (I have to say, there was a fair bit of one-upmanship going on!). When I told them I was a transcription specialist and that I transcribe content, I got a few blank looks.

I then attempted to go into a bit more detail about business owners creating audio and video content such as podcasts, webinars, online tutorials, Periscopes and so on, and how I can help them re-purpose their content by transcribing it.

I got a few nods and vaguely interested looks from whoever I was speaking to before they went on to talk to someone else about their job as a fund manager (or whatever it was).

Suffice to say they were probably not my target audience!

Questions? Queries? Requests?

I’ve been blogging on a fairly regular basis now for more than a year and a half and I will happily admit that honing my writing skills is still a work in progress!

I also sometimes struggle to think of something new and fresh to write about, rather than re-hashing something I’ve already talked about. I also want to be speaking to the right people and maybe even writing about something that’s actually useful to you!

So this is where you come in!

Frequently asked questions…

For a while now I’ve been thinking about creating a frequently asked questions section for my website, but as is often the way with these things, it has fallen by the wayside and nothing has happened.

What would you like to know?

If you’re a creator of audio and video content and there’s even a teeny tiny possibility that you’ve ever considered getting your content transcribed, what questions would you like to ask first?

I would like to make it my business to be as open and honest as possible, and to be able to answer all your questions as thoroughly as possible. I want to be able to demonstrate just how valuable my service could be to you, and how it could save you a load of time and hassle into the bargain.

It’s easy for me to say that though, isn’t it?!

So my call to action is for you to please, please get in touch, whether that’s via email, my Facebook page or in the comments section below. I would love to hear all about what YOU want to know more about, whether it’s how transcription works, how I share files, what ‘intelligent’ transcription actually means, how the transcripts can be reused or anything else.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

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