Translate your press releases for the German market
You’ve got news, and you’ve crafted a beautiful press release to announce it. Now you’d like to disseminate it to your target audience – and if your business operates or sells in Germany, you can significantly increase your reach by translating your press releases into German. Many Germans may be fluent in English, but that […]
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German language varies by region
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German new year greeting Guter Rutsch
 
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Whether you are selling a product or marketing a tourist destination, it pays to translate your website and other marketing materials into German. While it is true that most Germans speak English, that does not transfer to their online browsing behavior. If you want to attract Germans’ attention, you need to speak their language. Here […]
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Many a visitor to Germany has been surprised by the country’s near-complete shutdown on a Sunday. Whether you’re in Berlin, Frankfurt or Munich, you’ll see a similar picture on any given Sunday afternoon: stores with signs on their closed doors proclaiming “Geschlossen.” The cities’ pedestrian zones, usually bustling with shoppers, are all but empty. If […]
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By Marion Rhodes English-German Translator Have you ever applied to a translation agency and wondered why you never heard back? After all, you seemed to be exactly who they were looking for, with all the right specializations and a killer cover letter. While there may be many reasons why you don’t get a reply from […]
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By Marion Rhodes English-German Translator Yesterday, Merriam-Webster announced its word of the year 2014. Culture: the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time a particular society that has its own beliefs, ways of life, art, etc. a way of thinking, behaving, or working that exists in a place or organization […]
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By Marion Rhodes English ~German Translator I just listened to Tess Whitty’s latest Marketing Tips for Translators podcast on avoiding CV scams as a freelance translator. (Remember, I am still recovering and therefore have lots of free time.) As usual, it was packed full of useful information, and if you haven’t already, I highly recommend […]
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By Marion Rhodes English~German Translator Summer break in the United States – which lasts nearly three months – always makes for a challenging time for a freelancer with school-age kids. Truth be told, though, I have an additional reason for staying off the computer these days: I am currently recovering from back surgery. Several months […]
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By Marion Rhodes English~German translator I recently had a brief insights session with a career coach to outline the next steps on my path towards business success. After 8 years of building my freelance business, I figured I had reached a point where my translation career might benefit from some outside of the box perspective.  […]
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