Looking for pricing information EN-RU
Thread poster: Maxim Kazartsev

Maxim Kazartsev  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 18:44
English to Russian
Mar 29, 2008

Hello all!

I wonder what the standard price rate (per word) is.
My question is addressed mostly for Russian translators as I'm doing Eng-Ru translations.

I've participated in the Panduit project recently. And my price rate for that project was 0.05 EUR per new words and 0.005 EUR (10%) for exact matches. How can this rate be classified? Is it normal, or low? May be someone worked on the same project at a higher price rate, please answer.

Thanks in advance.

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Natalia Elo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 13:44
Member (2004)
English to Russian
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Too low Mar 29, 2008

Hi Maxim,

In my opinion, 0,05 € for source word is far too low. If you were a member of ProZ.com you could see the average price for this pair on the site. I guess it is calculated according to the prices people reporting when they fill in their profiles.

There have been recently a number of discussion at Russian forum on the topic.



Good luck,
Natalia


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Maxim Kazartsev  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 18:44
English to Russian
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Too low Mar 31, 2008

Hi Natalia,

Thanks for your answer. I also thought 0.05 € per source word is the low price rate, but wanted to hear about that from somebody else. )

I'm going to get a ProZ.com membership soon. But before I do it, I'd like to know what is the normal price rate for complicated technical texts - 0.08 €, 0.10 €, 0.15 €?


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