Language for thought


As we all know the great and most well recognized leveller in connecting people from across the globe has been the Internet. The Web has enabled businesses to go global by connecting with customer groups in various countries. Today, services such as translation (written translation) and interpretation (verbal translation) are provided here at Trusted Translations […]

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Converting Different File Formats for Easier Word Analysis


Nothing is more enjoyable for a project manager than when we receive a word document (or other plain text document) to quote and work with. With many programs to determine the word count of said document, the quotation process becomes faster, more precise, and much easier when it is in this type of file format. […]

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How Important Is the Quoting Stage?


The quoting of a project is as important as the process in which the work is actually done. Quoting at the lowest price, for example, will attract clients and provides greater sales possibilities.   As a Project Manager, I believe the best way to lower the costs of a project is through the use of […]

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Trusted Translations at GALA 2013 Miami Conference


Trusted Translations’ CEO, Richard Estevez, and online marketing expert, Gustavo Lucardi, presented “Spanish Search Engine Optimization and Online Marketing for the Hispanic Market” at this year’s GALA 2013 Miami held on March 17-20, 2013. GALA Miami Conference was one of the top conferences of the year in the language industry focused on globalization and localization. […]

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What Is Pre-editing?


Among the stages of translation, pre-editing is one of the most interesting, as well as least known, as it helps salvage poorly-converted files and thus be able to process them with translation tools, whether in order to reduce costs or to create memories that we otherwise wouldn’t be able to.   What does pre-editing consist […]

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The Spanish Language: Vulgarisms and Vices


As language professionals—translators, writers, editors, literature students, etc.—we tend to feel outraged whenever we hear or see grammatical, spelling or semantic errors, which unfortunately are becoming more common and generally accepted by laypersons, including friends and family. What’s worse, this is also happening in many media outlets. We are often shocked by the unrefined turn […]

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