Translation Journal

Digital Online Journal - Established 1997

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Welcome to Translation Journal!
 
A digital online journal for translators, interpreters, and interested friends of the translation industry.
 
If you are a translator, interpreter, or someone seeking to learn more about the translation industry, you’re in the right place!
 
 

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How-To Guides

  • How to Send Large Files +

    Have you ever had trouble sending a file attachment by email and wondered why? Chances are the file was too large. Most mail servers have size limitations for both incoming and outgoing files, with a maximum of about 20 MB. Translators and interpreters must often create and send large files to clients, such as InDesign files that include high-resolution photos and videos. Because of their size, simply sending these files through an email service provider is not an option. The good news is that there are many different file-sharing solutions available on the Internet that allow anyone – with or without technical expertise – to transfer files of any size with ease. Read More
  • How to Set Your Rate as a Freelance Translator +

    It’s the most common question I hear when talking with translators and interpreters: How much should I charge? The question comes from everywhere in the industry, from the recent graduate just starting out in a career in translation and interpreting to the seasoned professional who needs to renegotiate his or her rates with a client. Read More
  • How to Get Premium Rates for Your Services +

    To get top dollar for your services, you need to be strategic about where you market yourself. You may be able to offer your usual services to a different audience and double or triple your income – without working more! There are, however, a few things to consider when strategically targeting clients. Read More
  • Holiday Gift Guide +

    For fun, we have put together a list of quirky gifts to give to your clients, family, and friends this holiday season. Why quirky? Well, we at the Translation Journal know how hard it can be to shop for those who already have everything – especially when you want to make an impression. And which gift would make you stand out more to a client: a hovercraft or socks? So, be memorable this holiday season! We hope you’ll enjoy these tips, and please feel free to share your own off-the-wall holiday gift ideas with us – the more eccentric, the better! Read More
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