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Search Engine Optimization - Increase traffic and advertising revenue
Search engines are an essential way to attract visitors to your website. Search engines such as Google automatically scans the content on your website, and then ranks your website accordingly in search results. Unfortunately, search engines have no way of knowing what content is contained inside your audio or video files. Interactive Transcripts solve this problem by placing a transcript of your media onto your website. Your audio/video content will then be indexed, and show up in search results which will drive incremental traffic to your website.
Embed Interactive Transcripts on your Website and Offline Products
Embedding Interactive Transcripts on your website is simple. Once your transcripts are completed, we provide you with the appropriate embed code to host the product on your own website. This is advantageous as you can add your own branding and advertising. You can also put your Interactive Transcripts on DVD using our stand-alone offline player. This is popular with clients who facilitate conferences, as they can then provide a value added product to their attendees.
Improved accessibility and comprehension
According to The National Center for Health Statistics, there are over 30 million people in the US that are deaf or hard of hearing. Having a transcript of your media opens your content up to this market segment. In addition, Interactive transcripts and captions help non-native English speakers consume your content.
Enhanced user experience
Studies have shown that being able to listen to audio while simultaneously reading text of the audio, results in better comprehension and retention of the content being played. The product is ideal in an academic setting.
Broaden your Podcast Audience
Many people listen to more than one Podcast, but they only have a certain amount of time and may not be able to listen to them all! Having the transcript of your Podcast available for readers gives people the ability to read your content (which they may come across on search engines) much faster than listening to the entire Podcast. New users can decide if they like your content by skimming the text, without having to listen to all of the audio. In case studies this has led to an increased amount of listeners, readers, and/or viewers.