As someone working in the translation industry, you have probably heard the term Translation Memory (TM) thrown around many times. But what does translation memory mean and why should you use it to do your translations?
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Starting and growing any business is tough. The challenges you encounter when setting up shop can leave you questioning why you even started the journey to be your own boss. However, if you continuously put in the time and effort, even when things are hard, you’ll surmount the challenges and ultimately succeed.
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Are you thinking of becoming a translator? Well, don’t think too long about it. Choosing to have a career as a professional translator is a good decision and I will give you two reasons why:
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Have you just begun or are thinking about beginning work as a freelance translator? You are probably overwhelmed as there are no hard and fast rules to follow during this process that will ensure you are successful. Not to mention, the translation business has become increasingly competitive and now more than ever you need something extra to add to your CV to stand out in the crowd. Recently, many translators are talking about “specialization” and for good reason. Depending on your language pair, choosing one or two areas to become an expert in might be necessary for your success. In this article we will discuss the topic of specialization within translation. We will talk about the benefits of specializing, how to choose a specialization, and finally, how to become knowledgeable in your area of specialization.
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Innovativeness, resilience, availability of resources, good knowledge of your industry; These are some of the factors that help organizations succeed. However, you can have all the resources you need and resilience and still fail. Why? Because your company’s work organization is poor.
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Are you planning to enter the global markets with your products or service? That’s awesome.
To reach your potential customers your Head of Marketing has probably already suggested that you translate your content into the different languages of markets you’re going into.
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Any serious business owner always dreams of taking their company global. And once their business is successful within their local market there is no reason why they shouldn’t move to new international markets.
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Did you know there are about 7,097 languages spoken in the world? According to Ethnologue, a source which catalogs languages of the world, this is five less than in 2017 when the number stood at 7,102.
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Is your job creative? Do you attend classes at a university that require you to come up with plenty of ideas? Perhaps, you do something that involves non-standard thinking in your free time? Regardless of where and how big of an chance you have to use creativity, it is worth knowing how to activate it within you in an effective way.
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Do you run a company? Do you run a company that’s geographically specific such as a hotel,
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restaurant, or shop carrying local products? If so, you need to start concerning yourself with the
idea of online visibility and more specifically the question of how to optimize your visibility in the
Google search engine. For geographically specific companies it is critical to understand and
master local SEO as it is the tool you’ll use to improve your company’s position in Google
search results or SERP. A knowledge of local SEO will optimize your website and allow your
local company to become visible in searches limited to a specific area.