We don’t have a set minimum fee: We accept translations of all sizes and offer a fast and high quality service at unbeatable prices.
- Translation Spanish > English & English > Spanish: General, Academic and Technical Texts
- Translation of websites and blogs Spanish > English & English > Spanish
- Proofreading : orthography and style. Spanish – English
- Covering letters, CVs.
- Powerpoint presentations: proofreading and/or rewriting
- Urgent services
- Calls on your behalf: You may need to deal with a Spanish speaker for a business / private issue.
Website Translation: Partial or Complete
If you have decided to translate your website, it is probable that you consider not all pages are worth being translated. Although it is recommended that you translate the entire website, it may be sufficient to translate only the most important pages in order to highlight your international services.
Currently we prefer receiving the content that requires translation with all encoding or markup languages removed (in .txt, .doc, .rtf, etc.), as otherwise the process is more time consuming and requires an additional quality check, resulting in a more expensive fee.
Graphical elements: With regards to any graphical elements of your website, we can translate the following file formats: .jpg, .gif, .png
Website localization is the process of modifying an existing website to make it accessible, usable and culturally suitable for a new target audience.
Content and Language: We will make sure all the words, phrases and metaphors are adapted so they work in the target culture. Localization adapts language, style, tone and message to suit the target locale.
Data: Localization looks at on-site data such as dates, times, currencies, phone numbers, units of measurement and much more. We make sure all of these are properly adapted to the target language.
Curriculums Vitae and Covering Letters
The possibility of snagging that first interview depends entirely on your Curriculum Vitae and Covering Letter. It is fundamental that any prospective employer finds that not only is the content interesting, but it is also perfectly written – without mistakes and in an appropriate style. But there is something even more important than your CV – your covering letter! An employer is not going to bother looking at your CV if your covering letter is inadequate, has mistakes, is badly written or is simply a copy of any of the hundreds of models found on the internet. Make sure your CV and covering letter reflects who you are.
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