‘Tis the Season (for Transcription!)

By: Daniela R.
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It’s the middle of November. Dean Martin is serenading you as you make your frantic appearances at your local mass merchandiser to grab this year’s Red Ryder BB Gun. While you’ve expertly picked every toy off the shelf to please the little ones in your life, have you stopped to think about everyone else? I …

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Tips for Success With Foreign Language Employees

By: Speechpad Content Team
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In today’s interconnected world, it’s important for employers to hire certain employees who have English as a second language. This is often required to expand into new markets and gain personnel with specialized skills that may not be available elsewhere. However, the language barrier and cultural divide between those that speak English as a first …

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4 Myths About Transcription

By: Daniela R.
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When you think of transcription, your mind may take you back to a time when office walls were adorned with wood panels, a pea green carpet and a cigar smoking boss. Okay, okay, I’m just describing Darrin Steven’s office from Bewitched. You got me. But seriously, there are many misconceptions surrounding transcription and it’s usefulness …

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How to Make Sure Your Private Data is Kept That Way

By: Brian Reeve
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It seems we can’t go a week without hearing about a data breach, password leaks, or software vulnerabilities. The recent Equifax data breach leaves potentially half of the American population’s Social Security Numbers and identity at risk of compromise. Some other notables in recent years are Apple’s iCloud leaks and hacks, and Yahoo having major …

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The Benefits of Transcribing Your Market Research

By: Daniela R.
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Market research exists to get the opinions of the people. To get solid, informative opinions, most market researchers try to collect as much information as possible. What’s the most efficient way to maximize and deliver your results while using your time most effectively? Transcription! Having the research audio transcribed allows for quoting much more easily. …

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Transcribed Podcasts, FTW!

By: Daniela R.
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Do you have your podcast episodes transcribed? If you just answered “no,” here are a few reasons why you need to start NOW! SEO, SEO, SEO – If you’re content with stagnant growth of your listening base then feel free to stop reading. If you’re hoping to increase reach, on the other hand, then you’ll want …

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Your Lack of Focus is Dragging You Down

By: Daniela R.
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Distraction – it’s everywhere. In the modern age, it is very rare to see someone that is 100% focused on the task at hand. We work in the office – headset on so we can chat while we’re pulling up the latest report to discuss while also clearing our schedule for Timmy’s soccer practices for the …

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AI Vs. Humans

By: Daniela R.
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It’s no secret that AI, or Artificial Intelligence, is taking over. No worries though, it isn’t at “someone call Will Smith” level. Artificial Intelligence, like humans, is constantly evolving to best suit needs, wants and demands. We can, and must, evolve along with it to reach new levels that those before us never thought possible. …

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Customer Reviews

By: Daniela R.
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We’re totally about to toot our own horn here, excuse us for a second… We love our customers, we really do. So we just wanted to take a minute or two to showcase them…and how much they love us right back! If you’re on the fence about trying out Speechpad, maybe these reviews will help …

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What is UX, and how can it boost your website?

By: Speechpad Team
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We’ve all been frustrated by websites before. Whether it’s distracting, bright colors, slow page loads, disorganized content or any number of other factors, businesses need to design their website with UX (user experience) in mind first and foremost. The reality is that, as you can probably personally attest, people don’t have a lot of patience …

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