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An interview with’s founders

To kick off 2023, we’ve got a real treat for you - this month’s blog post is an exclusive interview with’s founders, Caroline and Cédric.

As linguists, we’re curious creatures, and we love a good origins story. So we thought it was high time we shared ours! was the result of one translator looking for the perfect way to manage her freelance business, without having to waste time on project management and invoicing, making the best impression on her clients.

From there, it’s grown into a fully fledged platform that makes life a million times easier for freelance linguists all over the world. Keep reading to find out how it all began and what exciting developments has in store for the future.


Looking back: how to leverage your end-of-year review for an even greater 2023

We blinked and suddenly it’s the end of another year.


Blogging for translators: how to never run out of ideas for what to write

So, you’ve decided to start a blog. And now you’re casting around for inspiration for posts.


6 marketing strategies you should try as a freelance translator

You don’t need us to tell you that as a freelance translator you’ve got to wear multiple hats.


"Back to work: our tips to make your ideal work week a reality

Hands up all those who see the end of summer as the start of a new year ✋


Going on holidays? Here are our tips to plan your time off without stress

Is that a holiday we spy on the horizon? 😍


How to earn more while working less: passive income for translators

Success is a relative concept. What success looks like might be very different from...


3 proven methods for tracking your time

Tracking your time is a gamechanger in any freelance business.


5 ways to spring-clean your business as a translator

It’s that time of year. Buds are sprouting all over the place, the days are getting longer, the sun is getting stronger and...


5 tips for building client relationships that last

All too often you can find yourself in a situation in which your client turnover is higher than you'd like.


New year, new goals: how to set goals for your translation business

Don’t look at us like that - we know you’ve never stuck to your resolutions anyway.


11 Christmas gift ideas for freelance translators

That time of year is looming again, and you don’t have the faintest idea what to get the linguist in your life.


How to grow your translation business through outsourcing

Starting to outsource is a big step for any independent freelance translator.


What to include on your freelance translator website

Creating a website will mean investing plenty of both time and money, and can feel like it’s an unnecessary hassle...


How to guide your clients to write the perfect translation brief

Every translator out there knows you can’t produce a good translation without knowing the context behind it.


4 places to find freelance translation jobs

So, you’re just starting out as a translator. You’ve got the skills, but now you need the clients.


Growth mindset: how to get into a mindset that can transform your business

Feeling like you’ve plateaued with your freelance translation business? You’ve got to a certain point and you’re very proud...


Top 5 Tools for Translators: the Essentials

Freelance translation is a wonderful career. It means we get to use the languages we love every day, no two projects are ever quite the same...


In the world of translation there’s nothing better than developing a lasting, trusting relationship with a client, is there?

In the world of translation there’s nothing better than developing a lasting, ...


Partner, Not Service Provider: Christèle On Positioning Her Company of One

When you know, you know, right? Christèle Blin certainly did. She fell head over heels in love with the world of...


A Look Into The Daily Routine of a Freelance Legal Translator

Few professions lend themselves so well to second careers in translation. Like so many others, Steven came into translation as a second career at the age of 40....


How This Brussels-Based Freelance Translator Organises Her Business

When a country has 3 official languages, with less than half of the population speaking more than one of them,...


Data-Driven Surprise: What This Translator Learned By Tracking Her Hours

Could it be right? She worked more hours this month, but her income remained the same. Data can surprise...


How Emeline Jamoul Went From Freelancer to Translation Agency

Emeline started her career as a translator in 2013. When she started, she did freelance translation work with a portfolio of agency clients.


How Melany Went From In-House to Freelance Translator and Intentionally Exceeded Her Monthly Salary

The journey to translation is different for each translator.
or some, they start at another job entirely...


4 Finance Documents Every Freelance Translator Needs

Translators don’t only need to be proficient in their target languages—they also need to be able to dabble in basic finances. Yes, even if you’re a literary or tourism translator, having some degree of...


3 Calculations Every Freelance Translator Should Make On A Yearly Basis

As we enter the last quarter of the year, one of the ways we can reflect on the year that passed and what’s to come is by crunching some numbers.


Yes, you can earn the same amount of money when you work less

The maths seem to make sense when you add it all up.
More time, more words, more money...right?


Scaling your Translation Business: What’s it All About?

You may have heard about translators scaling their businesses. What does scaling mean, and how can you do it?
Scaling means to grow your business without you being a bottleneck.


How To Stop Getting Bad Translation Clients Once And For All

We’ve all heard the horror stories.
Many of us have been victims of the said horror stories.


Why Translators Should Collaborate - Not Compete - With One Another

“But they’ll steal my clients”
Have you ever found yourself thinking that when faced with the option to collaborate with or recommend another translator...


Ways Translators Can Diversify Their Income

Diversifying your income is the proverbial additional baskets to put your eggs in.
While some translators may prefer to focus on nothing but translation - others like to dabble in various activities...


Super Busy? That Might Not Be a Good Thing

“Good, busy!”

Is the answer we normally give or receive when someone asks “how have you been?”


6 Things We Wish We Knew When We Started Translation

If you studied a bachelor’s or master’s in translation, you’re probably (hopefully) well-equipped to start the actual translation process. But even if you’re officially educated, that doesn’t mean you...


3 Useful Ways for Translators to Handle a Slow Month

You were riding that wave for a while, freelance translator.
The feast wave.
All of a sudden, you get loads of work. Everyone wants you to translate for them.


The 2 Non-Translation Skills That Translators Need to Learn

When you go to study translation, most of us learn about the theoretical side of translation (formal or dynamic equivalence sprinkled with some Nida and Pym), and we get our hands dirty with some ...


Ideal client analysis with

couple of months ago we published an article on finding your ideal clients. Since then we got to thinking: What about an article on how you can actually use ...

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

Using testimonials to grow your business

Who doesn’t love to hear that they're amazing? By their very nature, testimonials are full of praise. But besides cheering us up, client feedback in the ...

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

5 reasons why finding your niche boosts your business

We get it. It seems counter-intuitive that you’ll get more from (technically) doing less. But when you find a niche and stick to it, that’s exactly what can happen.

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

Measure and increase your performance in 5 questions

So, you chose to gain control of your time and started using a time tracking tool, possibly one that allows you to record billable hours. Good for you!

By Eleonora Angelici

Why I deleted your email

Your email happened to arrive just as I finished my first cup of tea: the best time of the day to contact me. But despite the favourable conditions and your unmistakable keenness ...

By Dr Jonathan Downie

"Hello! Still here!" 5 tips for (subtle) client communication

With so many options to be social, we know that staying in touch with clients should be a piece of (Instagrammed) cake. But the truth is that all of these channels ...

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

Why you should use a time tracking tool for your business

If you can recall exactly the last time you said 'If only there were 36 hours in a day' or 'I'll save this for the weekend', and if you are reading this in spite of the fact that ...

By Eleonora Angelici

No-drama downtime - how to enjoy the quiet times

For "regular" people, who are employed by someone else, a quiet time of the year at work is something to be celebrated. It's a time when they can take longer lunches, ...

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

Pitching masterclass for (nervous) translators

Writing pitches to potential clients is nerve wracking! Contacting someone you don't know, but making them feel like you do know them, is pretty tricky.

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

How teaming up with colleagues could turn around your business

Gone are the days when we viewed colleagues as competition. Now, collaboration is the name of the game. In fact, colleagues are the new clients.

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

The introvert's guide to pre-conference networking

For those of us who are used to living the solitary freelancer-hiding-behind-their-laptop life, the thought of in-person networking can seem pretty daunting.

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

Central systems in modern working: a future-proof match

Collaboration, flexibility, promptness are essential to the way we work today and central systems can go a long way to help us stay ahead of the game.

By Laura Cattaneo

Why you need to set a minimum rate (and then an ideal one)

There's no doubt that deciding your rate is tricky. There are many factors to take into consideration, and anyway, having one single rate for all clients and all projects ...

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

5 productivity pointers to boost your translation business

How productive are you? Are you uber-focused on the task at hand, or do you find yourself flitting from one thing to another...and forgetting where you started?

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

How to (finally) figure out your ideal clients

Everywhere you look online, there are guides and how-to posts on defining and finding your ideal client. It can get pretty overwhelming. In this post, we're not going to talk about ...

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke

How to use systems to boost your translation business

Feeling like you have too many tasks for your head space is not pleasant. Yes, it's great to be busy, but if you're not in control of start and finish dates, responses or project ...

By Eva Lena Vermeersch and Jo Rourke
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