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Joshua Lopez  Identity Verified
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Jul 13, 2015

I am having some difficulties pricing a translation project for a Google Search ad campaign. This is for the google search ads that come up when you do a Google Search for something. Basically 4 lines, Average of 25-30 characters per line. Client wants to translate into 4 languages along with keywords and search engine hits. Anyone have any experience with this? Would appreciate any input on pricing strategies. Thank you.

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Fabio M. Caldas  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:22
English to Portuguese
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Hourly rate Jul 13, 2015

I think one of the best ways to charge in this case would be in an hourly base. I have done a few Adwords translations and it doesn't pay the hassle if you are paid by word.


[Edited at 2015-07-13 04:23 GMT]

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