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  • Chris Conyers
    Chris Conyers
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    So I set up with a bunch of these and really enjoy them. I also use CrowdSurf, which is not listed and always has work. While the pay rate for CrowdSurf seems to be a little lower than these (and you need to get signed up on Workmarket as well).

    I have applied to Rev twice and ensured that my application was absolutely perfect, only to be rejected twice. While I might have done something to hurt my application somewhere along the way, the fact that many qualified transcriptionists are rejected at Rev for no real reason would make me shy away from them. They do allow applicants to reapply after 45 days, but their lax style guide really gives no indication of what they’re looking for.

    If I do get accepted when I reapply (I’m digging my heels in on this one), I’ll be happy to supply a better personal review!

  • Sharon Whyte
    Sharon Whyte
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    What a good amount of companies you have here. As I was going through them I veered off and applied for one. I will definitely bookmark this post as you have some really good and what looks like legitimate sites to check out so thanks heaps for that and thanks for this article on them!
    Cheers, Sharon

  • Gabriela
    Gabriela
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    I’ve always had interest in doing transcribing for side money but it seemed impossible to find legit work doing that. I see some good opportunities for me to pay my bills while building my online business! Thanks so much. I just applied for the iScribed one and I’m hoping to hear from them soon.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      You’re very welcome Gabriela! I wish you the best of luck in getting hired!

  • JJ
    JJ
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    This site is great! I know that I have looked at transcription jobs in the past and there are just so many out there. I like the fact that you have done the research for the consumer and have let them know your results. I really like the “Free Jobs Directory” page. I also like that you have an “Archive” page so that people can see what’s been posted before.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Thanks JJ! Yeah, our archives date back to 2007 and there are quite a few posts in there. Glad you enjoyed some of them!

  • Bis
    Bis
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    Although some sites accept applicants worldwide, they require 100% result in their test. So non-native speakers may find it almost impossible to get in. I personally tried and failed 5 times in Rev, but fortunately got selected in Gotranscript.

    • Chris Conyers
      Chris Conyers

      Would you recommend Gotranscript after a little time put in there? I’m always looking to branch out and will gladly give that a try if you’ve got good things to say!

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