Monthly Archive:: February 2012

Two cents, or $10,000?

If you’re a freelancer, you probably conduct price negotiations with clients or potential clients almost every day of your professional life. For translators, especially translators who work with agencies, these negotiations often come down to a difference of one or two cents. Your minimum rate is 15 cents per word and the client will only

Free Q&A call with Jost Zetzsche: March 21

Speaking of Translation’s recent Q&A conference call was so much fun (if you missed it, you can listen to a free recording here) that we’ve decided to do another one, this time with translation technology guru Jost Zetzsche. Jost is the author of the widely-read translation technology newsletter The Tool Box, and his book The

Q&A conference call recording

I keep forgetting to post this! On January 25, Eve Bodeux and I (in our incarnation as Speaking of Translation) hosted a free question and answer conference call. We solicited questions from the attendees in advance, then answered them live during the call. We have a free recording of the call on the Listen page