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Transcript Formats

Standard

This is a verbatim transcript that leaves out much of the verbal clutter such as um’s and ah’s, repeated words such as like and background noises such as coughs but does include half sentences and short phrases such as restarts.

Example:
IE: Yes and no. Let me rephrase that. So the...yes, this is a time when small businesses are facing increased competition. They are finding it harder to get noticed as the world has gotten, well, "noisier." On top of this is that traditional marketing methods like advertising, direct mail, cold calling -- or just sitting around and waiting for the phone to ring -- just don't work anymore. GSF addresses the new challenges of small business marketing.

Intelligent

This is a cleaned up transcription that omits much of the verbal clutter such as like and you know and other short phrases that are not essential to the meaning of the interview.

Example:
IE: Yes and no. This is a time when small businesses are facing increased competition. They are finding it harder to get noticed as the world has gotten "noisier." On top of this is that traditional marketing methods like advertising, direct mail, cold calling -- or just sitting around and waiting for the phone to ring -- just don't work anymore. GSF addresses the new challenges of small business marketing.

Verbatim

This format includes all the verbal sounds of the interview including um’s, ah’s, like’s, you know’s, etc. as well as background noises.

Example:
IE: Well, um, this is a time when small businesses are facing increased competition. They are finding it harder to get noticed as the world has gotten, well, ah, "noisier."[Laugh] On top of this is, ah, that traditional marketing methods like advertising, direct mail, cold calling -- or just sitting around and waiting for the phone to ring -- , um, they just don't work anymore. GSF addresses the new challenges of small business marketing.

Custom:

A transcript based on your specific requirements.

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Time Stamps

Time stamps are useful for quickly finding specific points in the audio when reviewing the transcript. We can provide time stamps in various formats. One option is to mark every the time of each speaker change. We can also provide more general time stamps to help you locate sections of the audio.

Interviewer Questions

In some instances where the interviewer asks a set of standard questions to each interviewee, you may want to omit the interviewers questions from the transcripts. This saves time and money on your project.

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