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» 5 steps to improve your translation business
By Pieter Beens | Published 05/1/2014 | Miscellaneous | Recommendation:
One of the most important things for translators is Quality. In translations not only the linguistic quality matters, but also the quality of your service, the overall quality of the files delivered and the value you offer for your client’s money. Sloppy sentences are bad but they can to some extend be compensated by your service. But when you deliver bad service too (missing deadlines, bad communication) you don’t need to expect clients to come back. In the end that can mean the end of your translation business. To help you and to share what works for me, I defined 5 steps you that can improve your translation business.
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Accentuation
By Marcia Pinheiro | Published 02/16/2014 | Miscellaneous | Recommendation:
This article is about simplifying communication through introducing graphical accents.
» What are you doing with my preface?
By Marcia Pinheiro | Published 01/30/2014 | Miscellaneous | Recommendation:
This article is about words that present some oddity in what regards transliteration and separation of syllables. After discussing these oddities, we propose that the rules for the English language be slightly modified.
» Riding the linguistic wave in Brazil - from reluctant schoolboy to happy linguist!
By Mark Thompson | Published 10/1/2013 | Miscellaneous | Recommendation:
As the UK and other countries express concerns over a lack of interest in foreign-language learning among their populations, I recall my own initial reluctance and then the life and career decisions which led to an unbridled passion for all things linguistic.
» 'About me' with style – using CSS to enrich your presentation on ProZ.com with typography
The directly intended purpose of this article is to introduce you gently to the world of style definitions you can put on the HTML tags that you're allowed to use in the About me section of your profile and in custom tabs. However, you will also benefit from this knowledge when posting on blogs and message boards, editing or even making websites on your own. This is a long article, as it reflects an entire day of knowledge sharing.


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