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How to Work from Home as a Transcriptionist

Being a stay-at-home mom doesn’t mean you have to abandon the workforce altogether. Super Moms all around the world are adopting new ways to earn supplemental income in flexible ways, while keeping their skills sharp and juggling the often hectic life of a family. Transcription projects allow for stay-at-home parents to work when they want, as well as become a part of a vibrant online community. The Perfect WFH Company TranscribeMe is a highly acclaimed, top rated work-from-home site where you can make money by transcribing audio and video files. With a user-friendly platform, convenient and regular payouts, and a more…

Confidentiality Guaranteed: About TranscribeMe’s Secure Process

The security and privacy of our customers and clients is of the utmost importance to us – our detailed transcription process was built on efficiency, accuracy and security to ensure that the best quality transcript content is produced for our customers and clients every day. TranscribeMe’s advanced speech recognition technology and trained human transcribers will get the job done right, securely and confidentially. A Secure Workflow to Guarantee Privacy TranscribeMe provides best-in-class protection with a uniquely designed algorithm that splits complicated content into easily distributed “micro-tasks.” Our proprietary platform ensures that no crowd-worker has more than a very small portion of a single more…

How to Prevent Repetitive Motion Injuries with Transcription

If you’ve experienced consistent aches and pains at work, you’re not alone. Neck aches, eye irritation, back pain; these are only a few of the injuries that can be sustained when typing on the computer, or performing any other motion-related task repeatedly. By adopting advanced voice-to-text technology and performing simple, yet necessary precautions, you can drastically reduce the likelihood that you’ll develop back/neck problems, carpal tunnel, eye strain and more. What is a Repetitive Motion Injury? Repetitive motion injuries (or repetitive stress injuries), are injuries to your muscles, nerves, ligaments and tendons caused by repeating the same motion again and more…

iPhone App Update: Recording Stability & More!

We like working to make things better – today, that thing is our TranscribeMe app for iPhone! We’re happy to announce the release of a new update is now available, boasting some changes we think everyone can get behind. Additions and improvements include: Increasing recording stability to ensure every word is captured in crystal clarity. Enabling a quick push notification to show when transcripts have been completed. Implementing a simple, one-click registration/sign-in process with any pre-existing Google account. Purchasing transcripts in multiple local currencies to allow for simpler transactions around the world.   Just update the app on your iPhone more…

Meet the TranscribeMe Community: Emma

We’re shining a light on some of the best, most active transcriptionists in the TranscribeMe community! Meet the amazing, hard-working, detail-oriented people from all around the world that make our transcription process the best in the business.    Meet Emma from Auckland, New Zealand…   When did you get into transcription? I initially became interested in transcribing when I decided not to return to full time employment at the end of my maternity leave, in 2012. I really wanted to stay home with my children, but also wanted to be able to earn some income. Transcription work seemed quite difficult more…

How to Trim Audio & Video Files for Transcription

Currently we only transcribe the full duration of files that are submitted to TranscribeMe. However, if you only want a very small part, or a certain portion of your complete audio or video file transcribed, we recommend using tools like Audacity (for audio) and Quicktime (for video) to trim your recordings first. Audacity is a free, trusted software for recording and editing audio. It features a useful cut, copy and paste tool that makes editing sounds quick and easy. First, save your audio or video recording to your computer desktop. Here’s how to use Audacity to trim your audio file:     QuickTime more…

Get the Scoop: Sign Up for the TranscribeMe Newsletter

The brand new year brings new opportunities to grow, learn and connect! Now is the best time to sign up for the TranscribeMe newsletter, a monthly roundup of the top news and content, promotions and special offers, and other exciting happenings. Enter your email address on our homepage to register and receive a discount on your next order – we promise to never spam you with unnecessary information, and to always, respect your privacy. Register Now!   more...

In the Press: TranscribeMe Announces Record-Breaking 2015 Year

Last year was truly one for the books – we couldn’t be more proud of our team, our growth and expansion, and the technological leaps and bounds taken last year! Thank you to every one of our amazing customers, transcribers and hard-working team members who made 2015 so productive and memorable. View the official press release below, via PRWeb. TranscribeMe Announces Record-Breaking 2015 Release of High Accuracy Speech Recognition Technology and recruiting a workforce of 150,000 transcribers among the year’s highlights SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) JANUARY 08, 2016 TranscribeMe, the global leader in intelligent and accurate voice-to-text transcription technology, today announced more…

4 Ways to Save Time in the New Year with Transcription

The new year is a new opportunity for a clean start, and a chance to set goals for self-improvement. With the helping hand of advanced technology and connected devices, it’s easy to keep track of your resolutions as well as save yourself more time in 2016. The TranscribeMe mobile app makes it possible to convert your every thought, wish or whim into perfectly transcribed text — effectively conserving your time and energy. Here are some of the best ways you can take advantage of voice-to-text transcription on your smartphone: Create a daily list of to-do’s before getting out of bed. more…

Meet the TranscribeMe Community: Yuen

We’re kicking off a brand new series to shine a light on some of the best, most active transcriptionists in the TranscribeMe community! These are some of the amazing, hard-working, detail-oriented people from all around the world that make our transcription process the best in the business. Meet Yuen from Perth, Australia…   When did you get into transcription? I have always loved typing! As a little child, one of my favourite things was going to my grandmother’s office and using her ancient typewriter to “help” her type up things. As I grew older, I had always been around administration-type more…