If you are ChristineMcM, a New York Times commentator you probably know a too much about how automatic transcribing software can mess things up for you. As reported by The Daily Dot, she had something to say about a recent Trump article but had to take a phone call in the middle of her comment.… Continue reading Are Automated Transcribing Softwares Good Enough? Not for New York Times
It is common knowledge that it is far more effective to retain and keep your existing customers happy than trying aggressively acquire new customers through inorganic/paid channels. That is why Scribie’s approach to customer relationship management and acquisition strategies are far different from our industry peers. Our budget for acquiring new customers is at the… Continue reading Why We Spend Less Money on Marketing
The best way to create a strong connection with your audience that will generate action is to go above and beyond. If you want more sales, shares in social media and a bigger audience, you need to offer more value. Offering more value is about empathy, understanding your audience and actually caring. Transcriptions help with SEO and are also helpful to your… Continue reading [Guest Post] How to offer more value to your podcast audience by using infographics and blog images
Helping Small Businesses Compete Times are changing… As you’ve noticed, the world is becoming more digital. This is especially apparent in the business world. Instead of software, now a lot of the biggest applications are accessed through websites. This can be daunting for a business owner who isn’t constantly keeping up with the times. Don’t worry — with… Continue reading How can a small business use transcription services?
The Foibles of Speech Recognition In this day and age, more and more of what we are doing is becoming automated. One example would be banking. You don’t have to go to a bank anymore to deposit or transfer money. You can do that from an app or just log on to their website.… Continue reading Speech Recognition Software Falls Short on Transcription
Human Transcription > Computer Transcription Have you ever used Google Voice’s visual voicemail option? How about YouTube’s closed captioning service? If so, you’ve probably encountered a wildly inaccurate and hilarious transcript. Rhett McLaughlin and James Lincoln, the comedy duo behind Rhett & Link, used this amusing side effect and turned it into a series of… Continue reading When YouTube Captions Go Wrong
You finally decided that you wanted to get that project, business proposal, meeting, interview, etc. transcribed and you have selected Scribie as your choice of company with whom to do business. You select which turnaround option works best for you, but then you get to the payment page and discover you have to prepay. Why can’t you… Continue reading Support for Post Payment by Scribie
We have AWESOME news for you. Now, there are only 3 rates in regards to turnaround options: express, 1 day, and 5 day. There used to be 5 options that included: Express, 24 hours, 5 days, 15 days and 30 days. Of course, there are a few of you out there wonder why the change?… Continue reading How Having 3 Rates for Turnaround Options Are Better Than Having 5