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Table of Contents
Part 1: Bids and Quotes
Chapter 1.1: Setting ratesChapter 1.2: Which parameters should affect my rates?Chapter 1.3: Can I change my rates once I have set them?Chapter 1.4: Should I ever work at no charge?Chapter 1.5: Should I charge more for rush or “urgent” jobs?Chapter 1.6: Should I charge more for work on weekends or holidays?Chapter 1.7: Should I charge more for special services?Chapter 1.8: Should I charge personal clients a different rate than agencies?Chapter 1.9: The wisdom of discount pricingChapter 1.10: Should I offer a discount for early payment?Chapter 1.11: Should I offer a reduced rate for repeated words?
Part 2: Managing the Work
Chapter 2.1: Which job takes priority? Where should I start?Chapter 2.2: Setting realistic deadlines.Chapter 2.3: How can I keep on task and on time?Chapter 2.4: How can I manage my time?
Part 3: Managing the Financial End of the Business
Chapter 3.1: What payment methods are available to my clients?Chapter 3.2: What payment terms should I ask?
Part 4: Growing a Translation Business
Chapter 4.1: Should I outsource my work?Chapter 4.2: Should I start a translation agency of my own?Chapter 4.3: Should I teach language classes?Chapter 4.4: Should I provide other language services?Chapter 4.5: Should I learn additional languages?
Part 5: Clients
Chapter 5.1: What’s the best way to find new clients?Chapter 5.2: How should I negotiate with my clients?Chapter 5.3: How should I handle rude clients?Chapter 5.4: How should I handle unexpected events?