Do you fancy a career as a transcriber? Are you sure you're suited for it? What tools do you need? How do you attract clients and do a professional job? What hints and tips can save you time and optimise your income as a transcriber?
All of these questions are covered in this guide to transcription as a career, with very specific, tailored information on the tools of the trade as well as more general information on freelancing and job seeking.
If you've always wondered what it would take to start up your career as a transcriber, read this book now and get useful and friendly advice that I've shared with new colleagues over the years, and that I know will work for you!
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About the Author
I'm a self-employed editor, proofreader, localiser and transcriber (who happens to have fought high cholesterol and won) and I'm passionate about sharing the lessons I've learned along the way to help other people. My books use my own personal experience to show you how you can achieve similar results. No gimmicks, nothing to download or buy (except for the books), no schemes to join, just good, old-fashioned common sense. I tell you exactly what I did, and share my experiences, good and bad, and I try to provide some useful resources, too, where you can find more information. I hope you enjoy reading my books. As an independent author, I don't have a huge marketing machine behind me. So if you read and like one of my books, please consider submitting a review, and sharing your purchase on your social networks - thank you!