Voice Dictation for Web Content
Creating Web Content by Dictation
Using ones voice to create content for websites and blogs opens doors for business executives to provide a ready stream of new and fresh content for their company website and blogs.
Content can be recorded using one of the many dictation devices available, or even a smart phone, pda, or many ordinary cell phones. Business people who don’t have time to add written content to websites can simply give their voice recordings to a transcriptionist, who will convert the spoken words to text. The text is then provided to the website content manager or even the company’s in house web operator. Result – new content on the site.
Consider the web site content that can be prepared; product reviews, descriptive articles, news releases and more.
Voice Dictation for Web Content Service:
Graphicline today launched the pilot of a new service turning voice dictation into web site content with a product overview outlining the benefits of using a comprehensive voice dictation for web site content creation A collaborative effort with Intelligent Verbatim’s transcription service offers a full spectrum web content management system for business clients. Customers can send their recording in any of the standard audio formats (e.g. mp3, wma, aiff, wav) to Graphicline (Johannesburg) or Intelligent Verbatim (Cape Town).
The supplied audio will be transcribed, optimised for keyword useage and edited if required, then returned to the customer for approval. Once the final text copy is accepted, Graphicline will add it the clients website or blog along with any required graphics.
This product is the first of an upcoming range from Graphicline’s Holistic Web Management Service.
Posted on September 28, 2011, in Company, Products, Transcribing and tagged Company News, Content Management, Graphicline, Site Management, Voice Recording, Web Content. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.