#TranslatorsOnAir Setting up a website for translation business feat. @Sherifabuzid Season 3, Episode 10




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    Hey friends!

    Last Wednesday we had another great episode of Translators On Air with our guest Sherif Abuzid.  Lot’s of good tips in there for people who’d like to build a website for their translation business.

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    Highlights of the Show

    1) Why do you need a website for your translation business? (view answer)
    2) What pages do you need to have on a translation website? (view answer)
    3) Should you include your rates on your website? (view answer)

    You can watch the replay of the entire episode right here.

    About Sherif

    Sherif Abuzid is English to Arabic native translator and key accounts manager at TranslationPartner. He translates to Arabic and manages projects in African and Middle East languages.

    Sherif studied English and translation at the faculty of Arts in Egypt, sales and marketing at the American university in Cairo and holds a MBA in International Business Administration from The Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport.

    His translation agency website is www.translationpartner.com. The company translates medical, technical and software documents into Arabic, Middle East and African languages.

    In this episode you will learn:

    • Why you need a website as a translator;
    • What type of a website to choose;
    • How to make your website work for you;

    …and much more!

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    Sherif’s website

    Sherif on Twitter

    Creating your brand identity

    Choosing a domain name for your translation business

    Choosing the right hosting company for your translation business

    Choosing a WordPress theme for your translation business

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    Hugs from Toronto and Nizhny Novgorod!

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    Founder of The Open Mic. English-Russian Translator. Video game localization specialist. Helping small and medium-sized businesses go global. Loving every minute of it.

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