Wednesday Words: Absquatulate

Absquatulate Verb To flee, to abscond. To leave abruptly without saying goodbye. Here for the transcription? If you landed here looking for transcription services (not just interesting words), we’ve got you covered! Head on over to CastingWords for a-la-carte transcription services in a range of turnaround times, or WatchingWords for the one-time setup, full-time convenience of Transcription as a Service.…

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Wednesday Words: Constellate

Constellate Verb To form a cluster, to gather together in a group. Here for the transcription? If you landed here looking for transcription services (not just interesting words), we’ve got you covered! Head on over to CastingWords for a-la-carte transcription services in a range of turnaround times, or WatchingWords for the one-time setup, full-time convenience of Transcription as a Service.…

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Wednesday Words: Eldritch

Eldritch Adjective Weird and sinister or ghostly. Otherworldly, uncanny. Here for the transcription? If you landed here looking for transcription services (not just interesting words), we’ve got you covered! Head on over to CastingWords for a-la-carte transcription services in a range of turnaround times, or WatchingWords for the one-time setup, full-time convenience of Transcription as a Service.…

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Sale! Your First 30 Minutes of Machine Transcription is FREE

Special Offer! If you’re curious about our WatchingWords service, now is the time to check it out! WatchingWords lets you choose between machine transcription, human transcribers, or a combination. Right now, you can try out the machine transcription for free on your first 30 minutes of audio (or video) material. Simply visit the site, click the Sign Up For Free button, and create an account. Our default “Pay As You Go - Machine Transcription” plan includes 30 minutes free!…

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Wednesday Words: Deterge

Deterge Verb To cleans of impurities, to clean thoroughly. Here for the transcription? If you landed here looking for transcription services (not just interesting words), we’ve got you covered! Head on over to CastingWords for a-la-carte transcription services in a range of turnaround times, or WatchingWords for the one-time setup, full-time convenience of Transcription as a Service.…

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Wednesday Words: Finifugal

Finifugal Adjective Averse to endings. Wanting to avoid or prolong the final moment of a story, relationship, or experience. Here for the transcription? If you landed here looking for transcription services (not just interesting words), we’ve got you covered! Head on over to CastingWords for a-la-carte transcription services in a range of turnaround times, or WatchingWords for the one-time setup, full-time convenience of Transcription as a Service.…

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Wednesday Words: Octothorpe

Octothorpe Noun Another name for the hashtag or pound sign Here for the transcription? If you landed here looking for transcription services (not just interesting words), we’ve got you covered! Head on over to CastingWords for a-la-carte transcription services in a range of turnaround times, or WatchingWords for the one-time setup, full-time convenience of Transcription as a Service.…

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Wednesday Words: Ferhoodled

Ferhoodled Adjective Confused, perplexed, mixed or tangled up Here for the transcription? If you landed here looking for transcription services (not just interesting words), we’ve got you covered! Head on over to CastingWords for a-la-carte transcription services in a range of turnaround times, or WatchingWords for the one-time setup, full-time convenience of Transcription as a Service.…

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Use Dictation to Achieve a Conversational Tone in Your Copy

Achieve a Conversational Tone in your Copy Using Dictation When you come across a client wanting to address their audience with a “conversational” tone of voice, your next question will probably be obvious. “What does that mean?” In essence, a conversational tone means that you should write copy that sounds natural to the reader, that sounds more like a conversation than an informative session. It has to be a voice that your audience perceives as familiar and non-condescending.…

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