Working from Home as a Transcriptionist in South Africa

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Updated: 29 August 2012

If you are a transcriptionist starting out in South Africa, why is it necessary to own a book such as Working from Home as a Transcriptionist in South Africa, which I’ve listed on Bidorbuy

The simple answer is that it tells you all the ins and outs, and provides the answer to your questions.
– How do I start up as a transcriptionist?
– How do I get that first client?
– How do I keep those clients?
– What administrative procedures are necessary?

My ebook, which retails for R120, will tell you the answer to all these questions, and more.

The reason I came to write this book was that after a chat with my colleague, we realized that we would have benefited greatly and got our businesses off the ground so much faster had such a book been available when we started out in the virtual field in South Africa. We realized that we had gained a lot of experience along the way, and that others could benefit from what we had learned.

Today, if you want to work as a transcriptionist in South Africa, there is no need for you to go through the difficulties and hassles I went through when starting out. Your questions can be answered easily.


On a personal note I would like to mention that Bidorbuy has become my supplier of choice. There are many things available on there that are pretty much impossible to come across elsewhere, such as the anti nausea bracelets I found on there when my husband had hepatitis and needed them badly. I was unable to find them elsewhere although I spent an afternoon searching.