February 7, 2011

> I arrived in the US three (3) years ago.  I was born and brought up in Kenya, Eastern Africa, where the national language is Kiswahili.  My first language is Kikuyu. The medium of instruction in Kenya school curriculum is English and emphasis is put on Kiswahili in all grades. > I exceled very well […]




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Hi Edgar, if a translator charges 0.05$/word I would charge that plus your 0.0025 plus my markup. Your commission remains the same no matter what the translator charges or my markup. You always get the same commission, for each word translated by any of your African language translators, forever. Karel On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 […]




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Okay Edgar, good luck with your work. Concerning the commission, keep in mind that it is forever, even if you stop placing ads. So it would pay off more over time, and it may take a while before the first orders come in. Hence I think it is good when you find some good sites […]




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Dear Karel, Thank you for your email. Your project certainly sounds very interesting and I think it is a novel way to assist people to further their careers. I run a very small agency and use only professional, qualified and experienced translators to ensure a high level of accuracy, given our client base. As a […]




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