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» Polishing Your Translation Style-Part 1
By Ivan Vandermerwe | Published 08/11/2005 | Translation Techniques | Recommendation:
Polish your translation style, and win more jobs from your clients! That�s right-�win� more jobs. Clients have a wealth of resources in the Internet, and they can easily find countless translators online for their projects by doing a simple search in Yahoo! or Google. Minor improvements to your translation style will ensure that clients think of you before going to the major search engines. Read on and profit!
» Polishing Your Translation Style-Part 3
By Ivan Vandermerwe | Published 09/5/2005 | Marketing Your Language Services | Recommendation:

You have read part 1 & 2 of this article series. And, you are probably asking yourself "what else is there to say about improving one�s translation style?" The answer to that, my friends, is the most important part of the message.

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