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. Her automatic transcription software heard and posted the whole conversation.
Yes, you read that right.
This is what it ended up posting.
This might be funny, but this shows the state that we are currently in with respect to automated transcribing.
Transcribing still continues to be mostly done by humans to avoid such gaffes.
Although she later clarified the mistake, it left those close to her and her followers in a state of a fix. Some even suspected that she might be having a neurological episode.
Here is her clarification:
Having understood these problems, Scribie is not looking to go the same route.
Instead, we use technology and AI to help humans transcribe faster and better.
The industry is far away from completely eliminating the human factor in the transcribing chain (unless you can afford such a gaffe).
For the time being the best way to get your file transcribed is a human with cutting-edge technology that enables efficiency and high accuracy.
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 very least 8-10 times smaller than our peers. Continue reading “Why We Spend Less Money on Marketing”
Moment of truth: People do judge a book by its cover.
And the same goes with a podcast and its cover art too.
In this blog post which follows a series of other podcast related posts, we are going to share a few quick actionable tips that you can implement to your podcast cover art that will not only make your channel more aesthetic but also get better clickthrough. Continue reading “How to Make Your Podcast Cover Art Standout”
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 audience.
If you don’t use scribie already then start today. You will save time and money and your audience will thank you for it.
You shouldn’t stop with transcriptions, they’re just part of offering more value.
You offer written and audio content. Your podcast transcriptions and your podcast. But to offer even more value to your audience, you should also consider visual content. Continue reading “[Guest Post] How to offer more value to your podcast audience by using infographics and blog images”
If you have attended a lot of webinars in your life, you are probably already aware that most of them are snooze fests.
.. although there are a few webinar “experts” who manage to keep the entire episode engaging and worthwhile for the participants, they are far too few of them.
So in this post, our aim is to challenge the perception that you can not make all webinars interactive…
..and we are pretty confident that we can make a good case for it. Continue reading “How to Make Any Webinar Engaging (Updated 2017)”
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There are a lot of things you can do to make your podcasts better. But no matter how good your podcast is, if no one finds it then all your effort is wasted.
In this post, I will share a few very actionable tips on how you can show iTunes that your podcast is worth high ranks. Continue reading “How to Rank Your Podcast on iTunes”
Drew Hendricks quoted,
“Marketers have begun to look beyond Ebooks, blogs and social posts towards more diverse types of content. Webinars are extremely powerful for drawing in and keeping in touch with prospects. They showcase your brand’s expertise in your industry and give your company the human voice.”
Living in a digital era demands a good level of presentations by means of interpersonal and digital formats like webinars.
Webinars, inbuilt, shield the speaker against stage fear and on the other hand, brings up the challenge of impressing the audience who is practically not seated in front of you.
There is a stringent need for technology enabled learning that the consumers can consume, at the comfort of their time, place and money. And webinars are undoubtedly one of the best answers to the given concern since it’s a powerful mode of learning across varied sizes. Continue reading “Everything Need to Know About Hosting a Flawless Webinar – 10 minute Guide”
Every week our mailbox is filled with at least one email in regard to a webinar. But what exactly is a webinar? What is so significant about it, that it has evolved as the buzzword of almost every industry which has its presence on the online platform?
In the simplest form,
WEBINAR = Web + Seminar
The webinar can very well be defined as the event held indicatively on the internet and attended characteristically by the online audience.
This very feature of the webinar is also what differentiates it from a Webcast, which can be attended by offline audience too. Continue reading “Comprehensive List of Top 22 [FREE] Webinar Tools”
We at Scribie have been working on a new feature that a lot of our customers who are YouTube content creators have been asking for.
You can now easily import your YouTube videos and directly upload your .srt files to your YouTube video from your Scribie account. Continue reading “Upload Your Captions Directly to YouTube”