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Translation Sales Process

Working as an Account Manager in the translation services industry can be a stressful and a very demanding job. Multitasking is a daily common activity, and, in order to keep up with the job duties, organizational skills and time management are highly important abilities for an Account Manager to possess. Here is the typical routine […]

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Trusted Marketing Translations

The translation of marketing material ranks among Trusted Translations’ main linguistic activities. Every day we get requests from customers who are looking to expand their companies’ reach and who therefore need to translate their brochures, PowerPoint presentations or websites. To satisfy this need, Trusted Translations relies on a team of marketing experts, translators who are […]

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Services Included in the Localization of Websites

 What does localization mean? It is the process of the translation of software or a website (Menu, Help, Tool bars, etc.) from one language to another, without changing the source codes. This is done using specialized software (CAT Tools). For all companies that want their website in more than one language, Trusted Translations offers a wide […]

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Translation of Images on Web Pages

Last time we talked about the dilemma of how to send a website out for translation. One of the key elements that make up a website is its images. Navigation buttons, banners, publicity graphics, titles in GIF format, and any other type of graphic that is not editable. To translate the images from a web […]

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The Dilemma of How to Send a Website to Be Translated

In the era of globalization, it is almost essential to have a website that is translated into at least one other language, but more likely several languages. This applies to large customers and multinational corporations as well as to small entrepreneurs who want to sell their products or services to a target audience that was […]

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Translation Teams: When Everyone Wins

Translation teams are a group of one or more translators, one or more editors (depending on the size of the project) and a reviewer. This team, in turn, responds to a project coordinator or project manager. Isn’t this the way it always is? Yes. Advantages The advantages of these teams stems from the idea of […]

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