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Would you like to expand your business to the Russian-speaking audience

Then you probably need a native Russian marketing translation specialist who can help you tailor your services to the Russian-speaking market. If so, you are in the right place:

1. I can translate into Russian your website, brochures, presentations, training materials, letters and other documents. Every word matters to me, so my translations are always accurate. But I go further than just being accurate. I translate your message into perfect Russian so that it speaks right to the hearts of the Russian speakers.

2. If your materials have already been translated, but you need somebody to look through them just to make sure everything is ok, I would be happy to help you. I value my reputation, so I will never lie and say that the translation is bad when, in reality, it is good. On the other hand, if the translation is bad or mediocre and needs correction I won't hide this fact from you either.

3. If you ask me to proofread or edit the translated files I will gladly help you.

4. If you are looking for a blogger to write articles about Russia (history, modern times, traditions, life stories etc.), cultural or linguistic matters, freelancing or translation, I'd be happy to help.

And if I can't help you myself, I can always recommend some great colleagues for you. I know a lot of great translators working in various fields and language pairs.


Contact me for more information or for a free quote!
 

Money back guarantee

This is something I promise to all my clients. I am perhaps the strictest judge of my work so I do everything possible to provide my clients with premium services every time. I also believe in cooperation and interaction between my clients and me. But I also realise that in some cases this cooperation can't happen. If for some reason you are not satisfied with my services and if you notify me about that within the 15-day period from the date when you got your translated file, I will send your money back to you!
In this case though, you have no right to use my translation in any way. If I find out that the translation is used you will have to pay for it.

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