Monthly Archives: March 2014

Involvement of Transcription in Real Estate Industry and Its Transactions

Involvement of Transcription in Real Estate Industry and Its Transactions

It may seem strange that transcription services are used when buying or selling a home. Real estate brokers and other business professionals such as sales personnel, lawyers, loan consultants and inspectors may have to deal with different types of files such as lease agreements, offer contracts, purchase contracts, residential closings, legal recordings of real estate … Continue reading Involvement of Transcription in Real Estate Industry and Its Transactions

Tips to Improve Your Conference Call Recordings

Tips to Improve Your Conference Call Recordings

More and more businesses are recording conference calls and transcribing them to store the important details for archival purposes and for use later. The quality of your audio recording affects every aspect of transcription, especially the amount of time it takes to accurately complete the transcription. The speed and accuracy of audio transcription also depend … Continue reading Tips to Improve Your Conference Call Recordings

Conducting and Transcribing Vox Pops

Vox pop or “voice of the people”, is basically a collection of interviews of random subjects put together to give listeners an idea of public opinion or mood. For video and television vox pops, the interviewer approaches people “in the street” and asks them simple questions about the topic. Businesses uses vox pop to try … Continue reading Conducting and Transcribing Vox Pops