The Writing-for-the-Web Class Provides Instruction for Writers and Editors on How to Turn Transcripts into e-Books

Lexington, AL (PressExposure) December 19, 2007 -- Internet marketers have discovered that information can be transformed into a variety of formats to be sold online. One of the most common forms is ebooks. They’ve also learned to employ several different marketing pieces when operating a successful online marketing campaign.

Rhea Perry, owner of the, continually receives requests from her current clients for writers who can convert the transcripts of their audio interviews and conference calls into articles and ebooks. Her company also gets frequent requests to write short marketing pieces.

Because she is dedicated to meeting the needs of her Internet clients, she will be teaching a class beginning January 3, 2008 to train writers and editors in the skills needed to create these ebooks and marketing pieces.

“Internet marketers are learning how profitable conference calls can be. And since we provide 24-hour turnaround, most of those marketers rely on our service to transcribe them,” said Perry.

“About three years ago,” Perry continued, “Internet marketers like Alex Mandossian and Dr. Jeanette Cates were teaching business owners how to conduct profitable tele-seminars. They wanted to turn those audios into print but there weren’t that many transcribers around back then who were competent and reliable. So we started the and have been busy typing ever since.

“Now our clients want those transcripts turned into articles and ebooks. So I decided to teach a class to train writers and editors, who are already good with grammar and spelling, how to do that.”

The 8-week class begins on Thursday, January 3, 2008. A one-month apprenticeship follows during which students will put into practice all the skills learned during the calls and Webinars.

The class is open to the public and students as young as 15 may register. Requirements are on the website at [].

The goal of the Writing-for-the-Web class is to train and hire enough writers and editors to serve the ever-expanding customer base of the

Rhea Perry is a homeschool mom of 7 who brings families together by helping them develop home businesses in real estate, the stock market, eBay, self-publishing and on the Internet.


Contact: Rhea Perry

Phone: 206-666-1805


Website: []
P.O. Box 544
Lexington, AL 35648

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Press Release Submitted On: December 03, 2007 at 10:08 pm
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