Best translation companies to work for without investment – Get paid to translate Tagalog to English
Need something translated fast?
Want to work online as a translator ?
Without a hassle & without a membership fee?
Then read on!
And as the title of the post says:
“Best translation companies to work for without investment – Get paid to translate Tagalog to English“
I will present you at least 2 good companies to which I personally registered, and then add a few more.
I registered to Translated.net right away to try it, and let me tell you, they have tons of languages to translate too and from. Both well known ones and some I didn’t even knew existed. There was NO fee for signing up, which is what I always look for in scams, so this one is totally legit. And furthermore, it doesn’t require you to send translator certificates, but it does have a bit longer form to fill when signing up, and as much I don’t like filling forms, this one was really fun and informative, because it made me realize of what skills (and software) I have or need to have in order to get translation jobs there. So I joined as a translator, sent my application, and got an email the next day (today) that my language combination I’m planing to translate is approved. Even though I could log in right after signing up. They also do have a very good affiliate program which earns you 10% of all orders made by customers you refer to them, and they have a huge number nicely designed banners of all sizes you could need. Im looking forward to work with them and translate there too.
- Gengo.com:And I also really really love this one! (this is the one where you can sign up instantly and translate Filipino/Tagalog ). It has projects popping up every minute from clients worldwide. Anything from translating a Tweet, a part of an online application, a software or a piece of a text. It works on every platform you could use. You could be traveling or commuting, waiting in line, and still earn money or request translations through your mobile device with Gengo! It also has a huge list of languages as the previous one, but it has some additional ones also. Sou you better check and register on both. Of curse there is no fee to join in, no requests for translator certificates, but of course they have a quick online interactive language exam which you have to pass in order to get translation jobs there. (I’m not a native Tagalog speaker but I do learn it a lot, and I passed only like 20% of the questions!) But if you are a native Filipino (or you know any other languages from the list) you can earn a lot there, so check it out
(I will add more translation companies here with the same desired criteria very soon…)
So,was this blog post helpful? Have you been using any of these or similar translation jobs? Tell me your experiences and suggestions in the comment section bellow!