News
New Partnership with APTRAD!
  • Posted by: Meg
  • Category: Blog

Dear APTRAD members! Good news! Together with Aptrad board, we have agreed on a new partnership to be able to provide special deals and offers exclusively for Aptrad members. Check out the first offer we have prepared for you, lasting until September 2016! Get in touch to book and send over your APTRAD profile link…

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New IAPTI member offer!
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  • Category: Blog

Dear IAPTI members! As our website has found a new home (on a new, faster, server!), we can now update you on a few things. To start with, we have a new offer prepared for you, lasting until September 2016. Get in touch to book and send over your IAPTI profile link to receive a…

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Partnership with Text United
  • Posted by: Meg
  • Category: Blog

We know we’ve been silent for too long now! From now on, you can visit our blog much more often. To start with, we have a new announcement to make. We have partnered with an innovative translation management system company to bring you yet another platform for external translation that you can use for your benefit….

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Short interviews with website owners – Emeline Jamoul
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  • Category: Blog

Today, on a sunny (!) London day we’d like to present a fresh and positive branding approach of Emeline Jamoul from In Touch Translations! 1. How would you describe your website in three words? Fresh, modern and positive. 2. Why have you decided to have a website in the first place? It was a must…

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Short interviews with website owners – David Miralles Pérez
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  • Category: Blog

Here’s another website owner who has kindly agreed to share his views on having a website for his professional business, the website building process and other ways of marketing! Read on to draw inspiration from David Miralles Pérez from Circa Lingua! 1. How would you describe your website in three words? Professional | Straight-forward |…

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Short interviews with website owners – Andrew Morris!
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  • Category: Blog

Back with the series! Today we’re interviewing Andrew Morris from Morristraduction – a determined translator and a person standing behind the StandingOut initiative that you might know well from Facebook already! We’re asking Andrew about his website as a translation professional but also, inspired by his Standing Out community, we decided to ask him to…

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Short interviews with website owners – Simona de Logu!
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  • Category: Blog

Today in our interview series we’re proud to present Simona de Logu from SDL Languages and her experience with having a professional website – read on to find out more! 1. How would you describe your website in three words? Person focused, straightforward, easy to navigate. That’s more than three words, sorry! 2. Why have…

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Short interviews with website owners – María López García from Loga Translations
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  • Category: Blog

How do you feel about orange? Today’s guest in our blog is María López García from the energetic and positive Loga Translations – websites are for sharing! 1. How would you describe your website in three words? Fresh, professional and clear. 2. Why have you decided to have a website in the first place? One…

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Short interviews with website owners! – Sara Colombo
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  • Category: Blog

Did you go through the website building process yourself? Or maybe you would like to but are unsure about where to start? Read on to see what Sara Colombo of Sara Colombo Translations has to say about her website, vibrant brand and the creative process. Thank you Sara! 1. How would you describe your website…

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The Frog, The Summer Offer and The Website Review
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  • Category: Blog

Today in this short news flash we’d like to update you on what’s happening at Websites for Translators’ headquarters. Meet Jerry: We’ve got a name for our Frog! Thank you everyone for your lovely submissions. Translators can be very creative! However, we’ve decided to go for something our whole team liked and we think it’s…

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