On April 8th I presented a session on "Creating and maintaining your website: research, resources and knowing when to stop" at the CATI 2017 Conference in Winston-Salem.
Thank you to all attendees for attending, participating in the discussion, asking questions and being so patient about the technology issues that haunted the session.
Some links I mentioned during the presentation or remembered afterwards, and did not include in the handouts:
- Fiverr: Do you get what you pay for (part 1), Natalie Soper
- Fiverr: Do you get what you pay for (part 2), Hannah Keet
- Fiverr revisited: can German translators do any better? by Hannah Keet
- Bonus content: some comments on the first article
I will be returning to the topic of job boards and sites a little later: I have accumulated quite a lot of interesting links on the subject.
Ekaterina Howard, Pinwheel Translations
Ekaterina translates from English to Russian and from German to Russian, primarily business and marketing copy, and has a lot to say about websites, most of it based on her experience of creating, hating, and remaking her own websites since high school. She is the current Administrator of the Slavic Languages Division.