by Gary SmithDescription
Practical, easily applicable tips to make a successful living out of freelance translation.
by Nicole Y. Adams, M.A.Description
Technology and globalization are changing the environment for translators today. Is it possible to maintain a viable career in a climate of increased automation of translation and downward pressure on rates? Nicole Y. Adams' book brings together the exper
by Oleg RudavinDescription
My book deals with freelancing as a method of conducting business.
by Alejandro Moreno-RamosDescription
Inside Mox II, Alejandro Moreno-Ramos tackles the subjects of slavelance translators, the dangerous threat of Gurgle translate, less-than-honest colleagues, and much more.
by Daniel Šebesta Description
This study combines linguistic and economic points of view to deliver insights into two national translation services markets.
by Magda Phili Description
Creativity helps translators become better at their craft, find ways to market their services, establish an online presence, design beautiful websites. But there's more...
by Andrew MorrisDescription
Take ten competent translators with two years’ experience, in the same city, all in the face of a single national economic climate. Give them all 15,000 euros, a brand new laptop, access to the Internet, a menagerie of CAT tools, business cards and a sm
by Oleg Semerikov
, Simon HodkinsonDescription
Covering everything you need to know from day one, including qualifications, key skills and how to win your first customers, this Ultimate Guide also shows how you can branch out and grow your business over time. The back of the book contains an extensive