Cards for marketing your freelance business

Market your business as a freelancer
Marketing cards for freelancers
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This is the first card in the series of cards to market your freelance business. These cards can be used by all freelancers regardless of their businesses.

To purchase one of these cards simply click the “buy now” button and follow the purchase process. Don’t forget to enter the purchase code in the comment section and/or send an email to translatorfun @ gmail.com to indicate the purchase code or title of the card you’ve just purchased.

Once payment is received, the card without watermarks will be sent to the email address you entered at the time of the purchase. All cards can be customized (your name can be added). If you are company, your logo can be included and the text edited into “us”.

A translator at the Psychologist

A translator at the Psychologist

A translator at the Psychologist

Translators are obsessed about meeting deadlines and it is the only thing they can think about even at the Psychologist.

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Translators will always ask you to provide the context

 

Things translators always say: Could you please provide the context? (click on the image to enlarge)

Things translators always say: Could you please provide the context? 

 

Be warned: whenever you ask a translator about the meaning of a word they will inevitably say “it depends on the context.”

The things-translators-always-say series is inspired by the group on Facebook Things Translators Never Say created by Erik Hansson. This series aims at depicting phrases and things translators openly say.

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What you should never “EVER” say to a professional translator

What you should never

What you should never “EVER” say to a translator (click on the image to enlarge)

Translators are sensitive people so you need to be extra careful with the words you choose to approach them.

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Where do translators spend the summer?

Where do translators spend the summer? (click on the image to enlarge)

Where do translators spend the summer? 

“Translators” and “going on vacation” are not usually combined in the same sentence. Guess why.

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Happy father’s day, translator!

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Father’s day for a freelance translator

Freelance translators also celebrate fathers’ day and they always hope for the same present.

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How do translators pull an all-nighter?

A translator pulls an all-nighter

How does a translator pull an all-nighter?

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Phrases that get on translators’ nerves III

Phrases that get on translators' nerves III -- click on the image to enlarge

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Phrases that get on translators’ nerves II

“Your best rate” — click on the image to enlarge

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This cartoon was inspired by a tweet I’ve seen on Twitter.

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The magic in translation

The magic in translation (click on the image to enlarge)

The magic in translation (click on the image to enlarge)

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This cartoon is inspired on a recent post in Musings from an overworked translator blog.

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