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Great job Nate! A great article with solid advice from our colleagues here on TM-Town – a must for newcomers and veterans. A Guardian blog post published in April 2012 called ProZ.com “the world`s largest translation organisation”. [12] In particular, ProZ.com hosts and supports the translation platform[19], used by Translators Without Borders, to provide 2.5 million words in 2011 and 4.5 million words in 2012, donated by volunteers to humanitarian organisations. This includes translating Wikipedia medical articles into multiple languages as part of the medical wiki project. Patrick Roye shared another useful article: What are the rules for paying translators` bills? Catherine from Lingua Greca Translations also shared this excellent article on the topic: Zombie contracts: translator Attention Numerous cases of fraud and identity theft (including large-scale data collection[14]) have been reported and preventive measures have been taken to tackle the problems. [15] Just like anything new to you, you`ll learn the warning signs of monster clients and learn how to negotiate in the best way for your own interests and for the client`s interests. It is also important to set a minimum rate and comply with it. Their first offer should be at least 1/3 higher than this minimum rate in order to have considerable margin of negotiation. Finally, take two seconds to share this contribution, to thank the contributors for sharing their years of knowledge and expertise. Depending on the category, you should plan a different strategy to convince your potential customer. How you treat customers and potential jobs from day one will set the tone for how you continue to manage them as your business grows and grows. 4000 MEDICAL TRANSLATION PROFESSIONALS & 70 MILLION TRANSLATED WORDS WE ADVANCE YOUR GLOBALIZATION EFFORTS The website has a virtual community of translators and offers a wide range of resources, registered users can disseminate their professional translator identity on the Internet and receive job offers by mail with the corresponding language combinations.

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