It is always nice to hear that you did a good job! Don’t you think?
These words mean more than money to my team and me. We love what we do and are happy to be in a career we trained for, continue to train for, and love! We do have a special place in our heart for the non-medical side of transcription, but we also carry multiple medical accounts as well.
We know how busy our clients are and we understand their budgets and deadlines. We pride ourselves in working with them to master both of those challenges.
We offer the following services, and more:
- Transcription of audio/video
- Voice mail transcription
- Audio conversion – tape to mp3, or other digital to digital formats
- PDF development / conversion
- Database development by either typing in your information or direct scan into a workable document
- Time coding of transcripts for use in televised productions
- Sorting / categorizing your published / soon to be published work
- Proofreading drafts for accuracy in spelling and grammar
- We even offer a call in dictation, for those who have equipment malfunctions or may not be proficient with equipment needed to record and transfer files. This service is available, whether we transcribe the audio or not.
We also like to help you keep costs down, so we offer / accept several methods of transfer, free:
Dropbox, where we share a folder with you rather than you pay the service to accommodate the size of your files.
FTP site, safe, secure, and easy to use. (Some browsers do not support ftp transfers and may require an additional program download (free))
Sendthisfile (size/use limitations)
Yousendit (size/use limitations)
And of course, we accept file transfers via email, and many other online programs, as well.
We also offer a free email through the CLK domain that you may use, password protected, to organize your “junk mail” or for those “sign up” sites that usually clog your professional email in-boxes. This leaves access to you, and no more sorting through the junk and possibly miss that important email you’ve been waiting for.
And for those of you who wish to have a ftp site for your professional needs, other than sending files to CLK, we can set you up through our domain to utilize a folder and share with your contacts, associates, or project manager for a low monthly fee.
Payment for CLK services is easy as well. We itemize your invoice, showing the filename length of audio, and amount charged. We offer several methods of payment (check, money order, Paypal, Dwolla) – and no prepayment is necessary. We invoice twice a month and offer 15 days leeway for you to remit payment for the invoice – which is technically up to 30 days from the time you submit the work to having to submit payment for it. We also offer discounted rates and payment plans for those with the strictest of budgets.
It is easy to communicate with CLK – by phone, via instant message, FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, or email. We are available 24/7 to accept files, and offer extended office hours 7 days a week to assist you personally or walk you through any step of the process. We understand our clients do not have a 9 to 5 day, so we remain here for you.
Lastly, we do love our writers, authors, journalists and freelancers – and we offer discounts throughout the year to members of ASJA, UPOD, NASW, FLX, AHCJ and APH. We look forward to joining forces with other major organizations as well, and would love to hear from those who may want to utilize our services.
So whether you have interviews, meetings, webinars, seminars, telecasts, broadcasts, books, dairies, IEPs, or even business cards and recipes you would like to have transcribed, organized, or converted – find out how we will save you time and money, visit us today – www.clktranscription.com – Where we are not professional bloggers – we are transcriptionists!
Come and join us on the various social media sites – we love to share your work and promote the great writers of today and tomorrow.
Twitter = @CLK_Shortcake
Facebook = http://www.facebook.com/CLKTranscription
LinkedIn = http://www.linkedin.com/in/clktranscription
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