Borlok Virtual Assistants (Borlok VA) has the skill you need to have your audio, webinar, conference, or other audios transcribed into the written word. For example, you will be ahead of the game if you use the written word from your audio format in other forms of content. Blog posts, articles, emails, whitepapers, and case studies are suggestions. Below are examples of audio.
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Our know-how came from different parts of the globe from Canada, the UK, the United States, and Australia. Our most popular topics were B2B, nutrition, sports exercise, and well-being. We have also finished biographies, sermons, real estate seminars, and more. Your content is converted to written content with accuracy and timely care through our sister site Borlok Transcription.
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Not only will you receive a fresh and crisp-looking document, but you will also receive accuracy. We consistently use the Chicago Manual of Style as our backup resource to help us with this critical element of our service. Of course, we also provide extra care and research with unfamiliar cities, countries, organizations, and peoples’ names that are unfamiliar to us.
Unless you specify otherwise, I will write your documents with correct grammar, spelling accuracy, and clarity in clean copy format (excludes ums, ahs, and false starts). Formatting will be 1″ margins, and Calibri, 12-pt., unless you tell us differently. I will use single spacing throughout your document with double spaces between paragraphs. There is one space at the end of each sentence and two spaces after a colon. Sentences with words that start with and, because, so, etc., excessively are removed.
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