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Why to Compare Apples with Apples

We receive a vast amount of quote requests during the course of the day and, as the economy nowadays is still going through difficult times, most prospects and clients are not only requesting one quote but several quotes from other translation agencies as well. In other words, your prospect or client will be comparing yours

Show me the money!

At Trusted Translations, Inc. we strive to separate ourselves from the rest of the agencies out there. We do so by offering choices, alternatives help us save time and aggravation. A prospect does considerable amount of research in finding an agency that best suit their needs. Hence, I believe that the account managers shou

Budget for next year’s translations

Although not every business dedicates sufficient time to planning and projecting their finances for the next year, budgeting for makes good financial sense! So why not start by budgeting and planning ahead for next year’s translation projects? Get all of the information regarding turn-around times, regular retails rates,

To DTP or not to DTP

Desktop publishing (abbreviated DTP) is the creation of print ready materials using various industry standard software to combine and reorganize text and images for creating digital files. Desktop publishing can be used for designing brochures, flyers, posters, logos, letterheads, etc. Depending on your needs, Desktop publ

Client cries: Your quote is over our budget!

 A potential client sends a sales rep material they would like a translation quote on. You gather all the project details, have your back-office analyze the files, and with that analysis you determine how much to charge, and send the client a price quote. A couple of days later you receive a call from this […]

4 Things Every Client Should Know (Part 2)

September 12, 2011 1 Comment »

In my last blog I began explaining about the four most important factors a client should consider before beginning a translations project. I covered the importance of knowing the specific dialect of your target language, and how important it is to know when your deadline is for the completion of the project. Today I will [&