In previous blogs we have given quite a bit of thought to what makes for good transcription, but I was recently given cause to turn things on their head and consider what shockingly bad transcription might be like.
Nearly everyone has some contact with blogs nowadays, they read them, they write them, they have favourite blogs.
At Fingertips we offer a professional video transcription service and one of the questions we’ve been asked is “why should I have my videos transcribed, what are the benefits?”. There are, in fact, many reasons, but here are just a few.
Outsourcing typing can be a good idea for any business, whether you’re a sole trader or work in a large company. Here are just a few of the reasons why sending your typing to Fingertips might be beneficial to you.
Audio books are a fantastic resource.
There’s just something magical about listening to the dulcet tones of Alan Rickman as he narrates Thomas Hardy’s Return of the Native. And Stephen Fry’s
Many people host radio shows these days. Whether it’s a small-knit, volunteer community organisation that’s filtering through our airwaves, or it’s a local, regional or national concern, transforming your audio into a written form is a great way to give your listeners added value.
It’s a proven fact that people like to engage with other people. So, if you’re trying to establish yourself a business leader or an expert, or you’ve simply just got something to say, then one of the best ways to do this is via a podcast.
Market research is an asset to any business, regardless of its size. It can offer valuable knowledge about your clients as well as your competitors.
Happy New Year wishes from Fingertips
Two thousand and thirteen is over and done,
A busy year, full of challenge and fun.
Have you ever been asked to give a presentation and felt daunted by the prospect of tackling PowerPoint? Or felt the document you’re sending a client could look just that little bit better;
Recording + Transcribing Formal Interviews = Good Business Sense
As an employer or manager, it’s likely that you’ll have to conduct a formal interview at some point with your employees.
If you look down from your computer screen, you will probably see that humble workhorse of every computer user, your keyboard.