Monday, 9 May 2011
Proz is obviously bothered by TransQuotation's popularity and it is very strange indeed as to why they are making new threads on their site over and over again about the same thing, using the same words such as scam etc. They are actually looking ridiculous as of course a competition site loves to post negative blogs, even though TQ has never posted negative blogs by current or past Proz members. Did you know you cannot post a "positive" blog about competition sites on Proz. Andy must work for them otherwise there is no explanation as to why they are so vested in protecting him when they would not even know what transpired. It is absolutely childish and bad business practice by Proz.
Posted by Marijke at 23:28
Tuesday, 3 May 2011
I want to thank TransQuotation for offering so many privileges for being a member. Not just job postings but also contacts with large companies needing translation work. It has been a great asset to be a member and receive all these extra benefits.
Posted by Marijke at 22:03
Tuesday, 26 April 2011
My TransQuotation membership has been the best money I have ever spent. The amount of work I have received from it is just incredible. I sat on PROZ for years and could not get any work because there are so many restrictions, such as you have to be a Blue Board member and many other restrictions in which you cannot even try to bid on the project. TransQuotation is wonderful in that they allow you to bid in your languages and it is up to the poster after reviewing your credentials. This way it gives everyone a chance, especially new translators. Proz is only for those that have been on the site for 10 years. Plus the TransQuotation panel for bidding and receiving work is so easy to use and very efficient. You have the ability to invoice right from there. Interesting how a competition site wants to bully and monopolize the market with bogus claims, thus not allowing Translators to work in a free market.
Posted by Marijke at 10:20