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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

3 Ways to Improve Translation Quality

It is extremely difficult to measure the quality of a translation, considering that there may be many options for a specific text being translated in several different ways, all of them being correct. But what exactly is a good translation? Here at Trusted Translations, we pride ourselves in delivering high-quality trans

Translation Quotes: Speed Gets you First

The speed in which a client request is processed will determine in many cases whether the prospect will move forward with a translation project or not. A professional approach will put you on the road to success. There are several ways by which we receive quote requests: e-mail, phone calls and through our website. Each [&h

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

What is DTP in the Translation Industry?

August 19, 2011 2 Comments »

Have you ever contacted a Translation Agency to get a quote for a translation project and the Account Manager started mentioning DTP costs besides the cost per word? What does DTP stand for and when is this Service actually necessary? DTP stands for Desktop Publishing and it refers to the creation of documents using page [&

What is DTP?

October 22, 2009 8 Comments »

DTP is an acronym used to refer to Desktop Publishing. But what is Desktop Publishing? Its meaning has been redefined since it was first invented over 20 years ago (In 1985, PageMaker was developed for Macintosh computers, the first “desktop publishing” application). Desktop publishing in the 21st century refers