My Blog Name http://example.com/blog.php My blog description en-us Five Years of First Class Transcription Services http://example.com/blog.php?d=10

So, at All Typed Up, we’re now five years in. We've gone from strength to strength, increasing turnover, but most importantly, continually providing a first class service for clients,delivering work to highest standards, on time, and exactly as quoted. We’ve retained our original clients and welcomed new clients. Our transcription service is at the core of our business, and a sample of our clients includes:-

Market Research Sector

> Explain Research

> Impact Market Research

> Emotional Logic

> Voluntas

> QRS Research

> NWA Research

Higher Education Sector

> Newcastle University

> HE Academy

> Northumbria University

> Sunderland University

> Nottingham University

> Aberystwyth University

Clients in the corporate sector include Permian Global, Muckle LLP and Permian Global. We undertake work in the healthcare sector and have transcribed international conferences and carried out complex document formatting and proofreading for private clients across the UK.

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Mon, 24 Apr 2017 21:40:07 +0100 http://example.com/blog.php?d=10
At All Typed Up, We are Feeling the Love http://example.com/blog.php?d=9

Since we are all, in some way, acknowledging the Roman saint, St Valentine, today, it seems to be the perfect day to thank clients for their regular positive feedback and to share the love. At All Typed Up, our halo is shining. We continue to work successfully with some of the large market research firms in London as well as with local firms in the North. We are soon to take on more work in the legal sector and have recently started working with Newcastle Hospitals and the NHS.

But, don’t just take our word for it.

“Many thanks again for your professional work and attention to detail.” PhD Candidate, Thesis Formatting Services, February 2014

“Many thanks for such a speedy turnaround. I really do appreciate the extra effort as I realise there was more work involved than we first anticipated.” International Investment Management Firm, Secretarial Services, January 2014

“As Victoria and I have worked together previously I have a lot of confidence in the quality of the work produced”. Public Sector, Interview Transcription, January 2014

“The transcript was very thorough and accurate. Many thanks once again.” Northern Market Research Firm, Focus Group Transcription, November 2013

"We have used All Typed Up for audio transcription on various occasions and I would happily recommend them to other businesses and individuals seeking a timely and accurate audio transcription service". Northern Consultancy Firm, Interview Transcription, September 2013

"I've really appreciated the quick, professional and accurate turnaround of this work and won’t hesitate to recommend you to others." Northern University, Academic Transcription, July 2013

So you see, we go the extra mile.

Thanks for the great feedback. If you want to feel the love, we would love to hear from you.

Happy St Valentine’s Day.

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Fri, 14 Feb 2014 14:04:01 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=9
Price Promise and the Great Wine Giveaway http://example.com/blog.php?d=8

The fireworks may be over, but at All Typed Up, we want you to keep on celebrating with our price promise and our great wine giveaway.

We promise to beat any written quotation, or to beat the last invoiced price of your current supplier by at least 5p per audio minute for all transcription projects. This is an immediate cost saving to benefit your business or to pass onto your clients.

At All Typed Up, we provide highest quality transcription services. We carry out a rigorous, two-tier quality check system. Work is carried out by highly experienced transcriptionists matched to your sector and all work is overseen by a degree qualified account manager with over fifteen years of experience in corporate communications. We are so confident in our quality service provision that we offer a full client guarantee.

Here's our best incentive yet. If you drive over £500 worth of transcription work to All Typed Up within a given month, we will reward you with a bottle of wine delivered to your door, or a £10 Amazon voucher. Simply mention this offer when you book in your work with us. Share a bottle of wine in your workplace, reward a colleague for their efforts, or use an Amazon voucher to buy resource books, CDs or Christmas decorations for your office.

We can't wait to hear from you. So drop us an email and let's keep on celebrating.



Terms and conditions apply. See our website for more details.


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Wed, 06 Nov 2013 13:51:23 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=8
Top Ten Tips for Best Quality Transcriptions http://example.com/blog.php?d=7

Having listened to literally hundreds of interviews and focus groups, we are confident in our top ten tips for best quality transcriptions. Whilst some of them may sound obvious, these mistakes are being made every day by academics right through to top market research firms and can easily be avoided.

We know that we can close windows, turn off mobile phones, heaters and air-conditioners and put Recording in Progress signs on the door, but what else can you do to ensure a first class transcription?

1.  Set the pace of the focus group – The moderator sets the tone and pace of the group. We have noticed, time and time again, if you set a slow and even pace for the meeting, your interviewees will mimic this. Similarly, if you start off talking very quickly, your interviewees will mimic your fast pace in reply. So if you don’t have much time and you are looking for some fast answers, do feel free to race along – but be aware that however you start, you set the pace for the response and might not get the most out of your participants. This takes us on to tip number two.

2.  Aim for a slower pace - Wherever possible, err on the side of a slower rather than a faster pace. The slower the better. Dialogue that moves too quickly can mean, even for the best transcriptionist, that the dialogue is much harder to understand and your transcript will be full of inaudible text as well as stops and starts as interviewees race along with little time for thought, self-correcting their words at a hundred miles an hour. This will result in a disjointed, stop-start transcript that is difficult to digest.

3.  Be clear and concise for hard hitting responses – As we have said, the moderator sets the tone of the response. If you start nervously with lots of stutters and stammers or unclear direction, you are telling your respondees that this is an acceptable way of communicating with you. We know from experience that a stuttered question will more than likely provoke a stuttered response. You then end up with quotes that are unfocused with stammers and false starts that are corrected part way through. This is far from the gem of a quote you wanted to submit to your client. Very simply, if you want clear, direct responses, ask the questions in a very clear and concise way. You will then get hard hitting responses that are straight to the point. Work from pre-prepared notes so that you are focused and clear in your line of questioning and know your content to avoid nerves.

4.  Allow a dedicated time for a refreshment break – We have heard many instances of perfect client quotes being interrupted by a drink can opening, water being poured, footsteps and chairs sliding on the floor or a door slamming shut. You should allow a set time – even five minutes – for drinks and toilet breaks and communicate this from the onset. This will minimise interruptions and will ensure that when you are grilling your respondees, they are entirely focused on what you want from them.

5.  Don’t consistently agree with or encourage your interviewee along – We see many vital words and phrases lost by moderators who say “OK”, “yeah” or “mmm hmm” consistently throughout  a response, unnecessarily. It is far better to listen to a speaker carefully so they know you are attentive, and just let them speak for as long as they can. If you feel the need to err them on, then an attentive nod would be the best way to do this rather than audible dialogue that may lessen the quality of your final transcript.

6.  Allow a pause after each answer – This may feel counter-intuitive, but this is important for two reasons. Firstly you can ensure an interviewee has completely finished responding and therefore you don’t accidently talk over further information when it is being offered. Secondly, if you allow a substantial pause, the interviewee will, more often than not, try to fill the silence by offering further information. This gets them talking again on relevant subject matter without any effort on your part.

7.  Use a second microphone or audio recorder for focus groups – There is always one quiet talker in a group and information is often lost. For larger groups it is worth using a second microphone input, or even better, a second digital recorder placed at the other end of the room. This way you can ensure all of your content will be captured. All good transcription services suppliers should carry out a final stage quality check in working through your transcript and would be happy to work from a secondary audio file in doing this. A major benefit of capturing the audio twice means that if your primary device fails or runs out of batteries, you have a back-up. We believe it is a best practice technique and one that you can boast about to your clients.

8.  Brief your speakers – Encourage an environment where interrupting others or branching off into individual conversations is avoided. In our time, we have probably marked hundreds of hours as inaudible due to extensive group cross talk. If you encourage an environment where this is avoided then you can ensure that anything that is worth saying will always be captured.

9.  Investigate the settings on your audio recorder - Use the highest quality recording option your device offers. Whilst this may use more memory, it is a small trade-off for high quality audio files and wholly worth the investment. Aim for highest quality MP3 files.

10.  Drill down into details - Aim to repeat and spell out difficult terminology, names, place references or websites, or to provide a list of sector specific terms. Whilst any good transcription services company will match transcriptionists to your specific sector, the more you can provide to help a transcriptionist, the more you ultimately help yourself, and your client.

Achieving the best possible transcriptions means that you are able to demonstrate attention to detail, high quality and value for money to your clients or academic tutor. If you have structured your interviews or focus groups for optimum transcription output, then you can provide copies of transcripts which are finished to professional, highest quality standards. You can also easily isolate relevant and accurate quotes obtained from your focus groups or interviews if you keep in mind the final hard copy transcript at all times.

For more information, contact Victoria at All Typed Up via email at victoria@alltypedup.co.uk or via telephone on 0191 490 6141.

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Sat, 14 Sep 2013 13:32:36 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=7
Knowledge is Power http://example.com/blog.php?d=6

In this week's post, I reflect on the challenges facing marketers, and business owners, drawing on my own position as owner of a transcription services business in a very competitive environment and very unsteady climate. This article was published in Professional Marketing's April 2013 publication.

After 12 years in the professional services sector, working hard to nurture and develop various brands and their client base through constantly shifting internal and external variables, I look back on the major challenges that marketers now face.

The result of my reflections lands every marketer in a particularly challenging situation. 

My immediate reflection is that brand equity as a whole is decreasing. Customers expect more and more from their business partners. First class service offering is no longer a point of differentiation, it is now expected as a given. Added value and CSR are increasingly important in deciding upon a supplier to partner with. For a brand to stand out in the market place it needs to have more energy, interactivity and added value associated with it than ever before.

But here is the conflict. The traditional channels used to promote a brand are now significantly watered down and fragmented with the rise of internet marketing and the dynamics of social media. There is so much clutter, confusion and complexity in the market place with competing brands and similar service offerings spread across multiple promotional channels. Never before have marketers needed to work so hard to achieve results.

This means having access to a range of tools and streamlining marketing communications processes. Promotion alone is no longer enough. The keywords for today’s marketers is “knowledge sharing” and with the rise of social media, knowledge is power.

But how to impart that knowledge to really help clients and potential clients, whilst carrying out client work, keeping up with professional development requirements, meeting targets etc as well as marketing and business development and all the other myriad of things that are required from a business professional?

Events are a traditional way of educating clients and upskilling your own personnel at the same time, and webinars are on the rise with the same goal. They bring great promotional potential in the approach to an event, and achieve results despite the typical 10 to 20% fall out rate on the approach to an event. However, traditionally, the event itself, after many hours of concentrated effort from a large team of people, marks the end of the knowledge sharing process. 

But it doesn’t have to be. 

What is event transcription?

Event transcription ensures that the knowledge sharing process continues. It is the recording of an event, from start to finish, so that a typed script of the seminar or presentation can be produced. Event transcription will ensure an event is permanently recorded, in a universally accessible format, for immediate output to your key stakeholders.

Why event transcription?

To save time for all professional services marketers, to add value to clients, get the attention of potential clients and to further monetise an event. 

What an event represents is a lengthy output of up to date information that is relevant to your business, to your clients and to your potential clients. It can be used for the benefit of your business to :-

> Further monetise an event by the sale of post-event handbooks
> Send to delegates post-event, including those unable to attend
> Upload to your website or blog to add to your online content for search engine indexing
> Share internally for training to upskill personnel
> Provide proof of professional development (for CIPD), for clients or your own personnel
> Send to journalists, trade magazines etc for publication
> Send to clients and potential clients to demonstrate your expertise

Video recordings and podcasts were the technological solutions to extending the life and financial investment of an event. However, they each have their shortcomings. Unlike text, video and audio files are not searchable. Search engines, including Google, cannot index audio or video files so they do not contribute to your online ranking potential. Video files are typically too big so cannot easily be shared and present difficulties for clients with slower broadband speeds. Finally, business professionals do not have the time to sift through an entire audio or video file to find pertinent information. However, a well summarised event transcription with clear headings hyper-linked to relevant information is extremely user friendly making event transcriptions a valuable asset to both the user and the event host. 

For marketers who understand the recent Penguin update to Google’s ranking algorithms, it is clear that Google has significantly prioritised quality, relevant content, bringing us right back to our original marketing mantra. Knowledge is power.

It is impossible now to ignore the value of social media and communication for business owners. Knowledge sharing is an essential component. Clients expect suppliers to be authoritarian in their field and new clients are more likely to find and remember those suppliers that most consistently add value to their working life.

Victoria Siddoway
All Typed Up
www.alltypedup.co.uk
victoria@alltypedup.co.uk

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Wed, 17 Apr 2013 13:48:27 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=6
Transcription Services vs Voice Recognition Software http://example.com/blog.php?d=5

When you lay them down side by side, which fares better? Transcription services or voice recognition software? No one can deny that voice recognition software is improving and becoming more widespread. It is changing the landscape of the transcription services industry. We see Siri now as a standard feature on the iPhone and Dragon software emerging as market leader for PC's with ever improving features with each new update.

It is fair to say, however, that no matter which platform you go for, voice recognition software works effectively only after the software has gathered data about each user's speech patterns. This means that the software has a quite significant introductory learning curve to undertake before user standards are of an acceptable level. It takes time to become effective and initially makes many mistakes. These mistakes are time consuming. You must allow for detailed proofreading before you can have any confidence in the work you are trying to produce.

We know that proofreading takes time, and that time is money. But in addition to this, it can be an art form and not every individual has the attention to detail required to proofread a document successfully. Therefore any time you save as a result of the immediacy and accessibility of voice recognition software is ultimately lost in realms of additional administrative work, and ultimately, you will be left with less confidence in your final output.

Compare this against the work of a good audio transcription services company. They will not only complete your transcription, but will return your documents grammatically correct and fully proofread to highest quality standards.When you consider this, the balance certainly starts to tip in favour of the human element of transcription services to save you both time and money.

Voice recognition software begins with a database of pre-programmed sound patterns. However, actual user speech varies. A user's pronunciation of a given word can change, the quality of the microphone gathering the sound patterns may be poor, and ambient noise can all alter the sound pattern for a particular word. This makes voice recognition software inconsistent. Even after long periods of training you are still likely to come across time consuming variables requiring further input as you are forced to train and re-train your software.

Voice recognition software is not accustomed to the way in which the spoken word is typically delivered. It does not filter out extraneous speech including "umms" and "aahs" and is unlikely to recognise coughs and laughter. It also may not be able to decipher where some sentences begin and end and cannot recognise where a new paragraph should begin. Because voice recognition software is trained by one particular voice, it becomes entirely ineffective when dealing with interview transcriptions, round table corporate meetings or large conference transcription and so becomes entirely obsolete in each of these circumstances.

Most of those who have tried voice recognition have reverted back to using human transcription services. The filtering process is too meticulous and the content too critical to allow for as many errors as the voice recognition software may commit.

A good transcription services supplier will be able to provide sure guarantees for the standards of accuracy they maintain, however, a software platform that is continuously learning will not be able to offer clients any assurance as to quality guarantees at all.

The basic premise is that computers just are not able to deal with the human elements of speech.  So unless our environmental conditions remain static and we train ourselves to speak in a robotic-like voice with very short sentences, voice recognition software will never be more effective than a UK transcription services supplier.

However, that is not to say that voice recognition systems don't have their place. In limited situations such as personal correspondence or for noting down new ideas, voice recognition software can be an acceptable and effective solution. However, most situations require the experience, skill and professionalism of a human transcribing service. Selecting the most effective transcription platform is an important part in the transcription process, so evaluate your own circumstances and choose the best option for your unique needs.

All Typed Up specialises in transcription services for businesses and academics across the UK. We provide a comprehensive client care service and guarantee quality and accuracy. Visit www.alltypedup.co.uk for more information.


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Thu, 28 Feb 2013 15:26:59 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=5
How to Extend the Life of Your Corporate Event http://example.com/blog.php?d=4

Events are a traditional way of educating clients and upskilling your own personnel at the same time, and webinars are on the rise with the same goal. They bring great promotional potential in the approach to an event, and achieve results despite the typical 10 to 20% fall out rate on the approach to an event. However, traditionally, the event itself, after many hours of concentrated effort from a large team of people, marks the end of the knowledge sharing process.

Video recordings and podcasts were the technological solutions to extending the life and financial investment of an event. However, they each have their shortcomings. Unlike text, video and audio files are not searchable. Search engines, including Google, cannot index audio or video files so they do not contribute to your online ranking potential. Video files are typically too big so cannot easily be shared and present difficulties for clients with slower broadband speeds. Finally, business professionals do not have the time to sift through an entire audio or video file to find pertinent information. However, a well summarised event transcription with clear headings hyper-linked to relevant information is extremely user friendly making event transcriptions a valuable asset to both the user and the event host. 

What is event transcription?

Event transcription ensures that the knowledge sharing process continues. It is the recording of an event, from start to finish, so that a typed script of the seminar or presentation can be produced. Event transcription will ensure an event is permanently recorded, in a universally accessible format, for immediate output to your key stakeholders.

Why event transcription?

To save time for all businesses, to add value to clients, get the attention of potential clients and to further monetise an event. 

What an event represents is a lengthy output of up to date information that is relevant to your business, to your clients and to your potential clients. It can be used for the benefit of your business to:-

  • Further monetise an event by the sale of post-event handbooks
  • Send to delegates post-event, including those unable to attend
  • Upload to your website or blog to add to your online content for search engine indexing
  • Share internally for training to upskill personnel
  • Provide proof of professional development (for CIPD), for clients or your own personnel
  • Send to journalists, trade magazines etc for publication
  • Send to clients and potential clients to demonstrate your expertise

At All Typed Up, we specialise in transcription services for businesses and academics across the UK. We provide a comprehensive client care service and guarantee quality and accuracy. Email contact@alltypedup.co.uk for more information.

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Thu, 24 Jan 2013 23:30:39 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=4
5 Reasons to Outsource Your Transcription http://example.com/blog.php?d=3

Find a good transcription services company and start enjoying the benefits of outsourcing your transcription processes. Here are five reasons to outsource your transcription:-

1. Cut costs - If you are managing your transcription process in-house, then you are not only paying salaries for permanent typists, but you are also paying for benefits,training, sick pay and holiday pay. From time to time you may find there is not always be a steady flow of typing for your employee and you are forced to pay for unproductive hours. Outsourcing to a transcription services company means you only pay for the service you require. You pay for accurate, professional transcriptions and nothing else.

You not only cut payroll costs, but you also eliminate capital investment. You no longer need to own and invest in typing platforms and transcription software and will not incur any costs in making regular upgrades to the very latest technology. Even if you only partially outsource your transcription, you can still reduce expenses and make your budget work harder for you.

2. Save time - Whether you are a CEO, business owner, lawyer or health professional, managing transcription processes in-house can be a costly proposition. With so many different layers of operations to manage, there are variables and conflicting demands at every turn, eager to steal your time, attention and budget. By outsourcing all or part of your transcription process, you free up time to concentrate on the important priorities and can leave all the headaches and stringent demands to your transcription outsourcing partner.

3. Increased accuracy - When you manage your own transcription process, you are ultimately responsible for implementing quality control protocols to maintain the accuracy of your transcriptions. Whilst this is cost and time intensive, you are also unlikely to be able to stringently measure performance and impose penalties if quality levels are not met.However, if you outsource your transcription process, you can. Your transcription services company will have tried and tested quality control procedures tightly embedded into their operations with accuracy rates documented and measured to for highest quality assurance. Many outsourcing services providers also provide performance guarantees for additional reassurance. You can outsource your transcriptions and accuracy rates will be maintained with little effort on your part, so you can focus on growing and developing your own business.

4. Faster turnaround times - Your transcription services partner will work around the clock, carrying on when most offices have closed. This means you can enjoy faster turnaround times without having to keep offices open late whilst your important documents are prepared.A good transcription services suppliers will provide guarantees on turnaround times so you can be assured your work will be delivered on time, every time.

5. Increased control - There are some things you just cannot control, no matter how hard you try. Typing volume and staffing are just two of them, as these variables fluctuate without warning. Having to react to these challenges at short notice can bring an unwanted challenge or distraction to your day and result in radically decreased productivity, or impacting your budget in a way that you did not anticipate. By outsourcing all of your transcription, or even just the overflow, you can cost-effectively manage sharp increases in report volume or a shortage in staffing without having it impact your turnaround time, workflow, quality, or productivity.

With so many benefits, there are few reasons to delay outsourcing your transcription. Find a good transcription partner now and make 2013 your year. 

All Typed Up specialises in transcription services for businesses and academics across the UK. We provide a comprehensive client care service and guarantee quality and accuracy for all clients. Visit www.alltypedup.co.uk for more information.

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Thu, 03 Jan 2013 13:48:12 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=3
Time Saving Tips for Audio Transcription Files http://example.com/blog.php?d=2

Recording audio files that are consistently high in quality will save your business time and money.You can avoid unnecessary charges from your transcription services provider for low quality audio recordings and save your own time otherwise backtracking through sections of recordings that were inaudible or unclear.

Whether you are dictating reports, recording interviews, meetings, seminars or lectures, here are some tips for ensuring best possible audio recordings for your transcription files:-

  • Perform a quick sound check - Before you start, record just a few words and listen back to make sure the result is clear. Ensure you are the same distance to the microphone as you would be for the live recording. For multiple speaker events,sound check all speakers. This is essential in not only ensuring sound quality but also ensuring your recording device is working! You would be surprised how many clients have returned blank files for transcription or realised batteries were flat or set to incorrect settings after the event. Sound check is essential at the start of every recording.

  • Minimise background noise - Turn off mobile phones and close windows and doors to stop traffic, construction and other noises from interfering. Turn down or shut off all but the essential air conditioners, heaters or fans. Remove loud ticking and any chiming clocks and also beware of beeping watches.

  • Avoid interruptions - Disconnect any landline phones in the room and place signs on all doors stating, Recording in Progress.

  • Brief all speakers - If there are interruptions beyond your control,brief your speakers to pause and wait for silence to return before resuming. Ask all speakers to speak clearly. Ensure their own mobile phones are turned off.

  • Use your microphones - For single speakers point microphones directly to the speaker. For round-table conferences, multiple microphones are better. If this is not possible, place the microphone equidistant from all speakers. For one on one interviews, direct the microphone in favour of the interviewee. If a speaker intends to move around, use a wireless microphone and make sure clothes, ties, name badges etc do not rub against the microphone. If there is a question / answer session, ask each speaker to move to the microphone.

  • Adjust settings on your audio recorder - Use the highest quality recording option your device offers. Whilst this may use more memory, it is a small trade-off for high quality audio files and wholly worth the investment. Aim for high quality MP3 files.

  • Provide details - Aim to repeat and spell out difficult terminology,names, place references or websites, or to provide a list of sector specific terms. (At All Typed Up, whilst we match transcriptionists to your specific sector, the more you can provide to help a transcriptionist, the more you ultimately help yourself). Consider providing lists of speakers, agendas for meetings or other references.

  • Identify speakers - Ask each speaker to introduce themselves so that the transcriptionist is able to distinguish between speakers. You could also have a note-taker attend at the meeting to note the name of any speaker as well as the first few words, or ask your transcription services supplier to do this on your behalf.

  • Set high standards - Ensure you choose a good and thorough transcription services provider who is prepared to guarantee the quality and accuracy of your transcription.

At All Typed Up,we specialise in transcription services for businesses and academics across the UK and provide a comprehensive client care service, advising from the onset howto make the most out of your transcription. We are event and conference transcription specialists. Visit www.alltypedup.co.uk to see full details of our client guarantee.


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Wed, 26 Dec 2012 22:41:19 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=2
Maximise the Commercial Potential of Your Event http://example.com/blog.php?d=1

The flurry of activity on the approach to an event and the concentration of commercial effort at the event itself often signals the end of the project management for an event organiser. However, anyone who ends the project management there will be missing out on the full commercial potential of an event.

What an event represents is a lengthy output of up to date information that is relevant to your business, to your clients and to your potential clients. By failing to record the audio at your event, and transcribing this into text format, you will miss out on many post-event opportunities to use and re-use this important and relevant information.

Here are some of the many ways in which you could use an event transcription:-
  • To further monetise an event by the sale of post-event handbooks
  • To send to delegates post-event, including those unable to attend
  • To upload to your website or blog to add to your online content for search engine indexing
  • To share internally for training to upskill personnel
  • To provide proof of professional development (for CIPD), for clients or your own personnel
  • To send to journalists, trade magazines etc for publication
  • To send to clients and potential clients to demonstrate your expertise

It is impossible now to ignore the value of social media and communication for business owners. Knowledge sharing is an essential component of your business. Clients expect their suppliers to be an authoritarian in their field and new clients are more likely to find and remember you if you are consistently adding value to their business.

At All Typed Up, we can output your event transcription in multiple formats. As event transcription services specialists, we not only provide accurate, word for word transcriptions of your event but we provide intelligent summaries of your transcription. We can even advise on how you could best use your transcription for maximum commercial potential.

Event transcription will ensure your event is permanently recorded, in a universally accessible format, for immediate output to your key stakeholders.

For more information, please contact Victoria Siddoway at All Typed Up. Victoria brings 15 years of experience in corporate communications to each and every client account, and is degree qualified with a major in communications obtained at the University of Western Sydney. She has a strong track record in marketing communications management and business development in the professional services sector and this is her second successful business venture. All Typed Up is pleased to offer clients all the latest in modern technology coupled with good, old fashioned customer service.

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Fri, 14 Dec 2012 03:07:11 +0000 http://example.com/blog.php?d=1