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How to find a professional translator or translation services as freelancing

 

A professional translator – who is it?

Translation industry is a field that is changing constantly. Nowadays, there are so many websites, platforms for specialists offering their services, that finding a really professional translator is not such a problem anymore. Though, considering the number of offers… and the insecurity of the web, where one can just pretend to be the one…

 

Thus, to find a really professional translator, you would better get an idea about whom we can assess as a professional translator.

How I can see if a translator is a professional one?

It is absolutely not important what numerous articles about translation industry and life-stories of translation guru say, if you want professional translation services, your translator shall have:

 

  • Education.

You don’t expect that a person, who just speaks two languages will know all specific techniques used by professionals? Those techniques are studied, unless the person is a genius and has a special language feeling.

 

  • Experience.

A translator shall be able to catch the style of the original, know or be able to research the terminology, and even better if he has work or study experience in the area in which he specializes.

 

  • Flexibility.

The world is changing, hence, a translator shall be able to adapt to new things. You don’t want that your text was translated with a language that was used many centuries ago?

 

Hence, a professional translator is somebody, who can transfer exactly, without changes in meaning, thoughts and ideas from one language, the source, into another one.

 

Now, when you know who you need, you maybe want to know, where you can find a translator.

Where to find a professional translator

For that, you can address the local translation agency, a school teacher, if you haven’t found a more appropriate option, or you can check online platforms for professionals of different kinds. There are plenty of them, but only few are worth attention.

 

2Polyglot linguistic marketplace – a relatively new marketplace for translators, and here you can find professionals from everywhere, literally from the whole world. One of the good things about 2Polyglot is, that there you can setup search filters, which simplifies the search of the right translator significantly. You can setup search for a particular language pair, a particular country and even city, or in a specific translation category, such as medical translation, legal translation, technical translation and many more. This is convenient if you value your time and efforts, the resource is looking for the right matches and shows you the information in an easy-to-process way.

 

You shall also remember, that doesn’t matter what you read in a translator`s profile and feedback, before you hire a translator, make sure, that this person is really able to provide the service you expect.

How to check if the translator is professional

First and the most reliable stage is a test translation. Yes, translators do not like it. But a test translation is far not an offensive attempt to show that you don’t trust the translator`s credentials, diplomas, references, and so on, but to check, both for you and the translator, if he is the right match for this translation job. Pay for a test, and many translators will do it gladly.

 

Samples of work are another reliable way to verify if the translator is a professional one, but you cannot rely on them for 100%, as you cannot be sure if those were done by the person, who has sent them.

 

References from organizations or individuals, for whom the translator has worked. This is one more way to check whether the translator is reliable, how independent he is, and many other important aspects - but make sure that the contacts given in the reference are the ones of real people.

 

In 2Polyglot linguistic marketplace, you can check all those positions in a very compact and comfortable manner. Feedback from clients, if there is any, the translator`s presentations, the passed tests and exams, skills – all is available in a short compact form. That is why, to hire a translator, without wasting your valuable time, we recommend to use 2Polyglots linguistic marketplace.

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