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  1. The easiest way to invite someone to Smartcat is to use your Wave link (sign up to view). You can share it: Directly with someone you want to invite, In a blog post, In social media. Of course, it’s a good idea to let everyone know that it’s a referral link. This isn’t a crime to share one, but people don’t like feeling like something is being done behind their backs. View full article
  2. If you are inviting someone to Smartcat, you might want to underline the following features that will be useful to them. LSPs They can use it without limits and for free with their own translators, They have an almost limitless pool of translators at their hands, and They can promote their own services via the LSP marketplace. See also Useful links. End customers They have a pool of tested and ranged translators, They pay an industry-low commission of 10% to hire them, and They can automate their whole localization workflow using the API. See also Useful links. Freelancers You tell us! See also article by @Paz SepĂşlveda:
  3. If you are inviting someone to Smartcat, you might want to underline the following features that will be useful to them. LSPs They can use it without limits and for free with their own translators, They have an almost limitless pool of translators at their hands, and They can promote their own services via the LSP marketplace. See also Useful links. End customers They have a pool of tested and ranged translators, They pay an industry-low commission of 10% to hire them, and They can automate their whole localization workflow using the API. See also Useful links. Freelancers You tell us! See also article by @Paz SepĂşlveda: View full article
  4. The easiest way to invite someone to Smartcat is to use your Wave link (sign up to view). You can share it: Directly with someone you want to invite, In a blog post, In social media. Of course, it’s a good idea to let everyone know that it’s a referral link. This isn’t a crime to share one, but people don’t like feeling like something is being done behind their backs.
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    In this webinar, we will be talking about Smartcat’s referral program: How it works, what it gives you, and how you can make the most out of it. A video will be provided to all registered viewers. In this webinar, we will be talking about Smartcat’s referral program. In particular, we will: Discuss how it works and what it gives you, Find out the best ways to invite people to Smartcat, and Answer any questions you might have. A video recording will be available for all registered participants afterwards. Plan around 40 minutes for this session. Watch right here or on Crowdcast (includes chat and Q&A):
  6. For LSPs SDL’s ex-EVP launches a new LSP and chooses Smartcat For those who didn’t know, SDL are the guys who make Trados. So when their ex-EVP chooses a Cloud solution, despite SDL’s ongoing propaganda against Cloud solutions, this does tell something. Share this article if your invitee hesitates because “but it’s Cloud” and “hey, everyone does it in Trados”. Here’s a quote, underlining what we already know about why Smartcat is the best choice: For end customers Weebly case study Weebly is a platform that lets people create beautiful websites without any programming skills. They went global with the help of Smartcat. Their quote underlines the following strengths: Tight support, Marketplace, of course, and API for localization automation. Share this article with clients who might want to have their website localized to more languages than it is now. Here’s the quote: For freelancers: You tell us! No, really. We could write tons of articles about why using Smartcat is beneficial for freelancers. But no one will be able to explain this better than yourself. And we’d love to hear, too! View full article
  7. For LSPs SDL’s ex-EVP launches a new LSP and chooses Smartcat For those who didn’t know, SDL are the guys who make Trados. So when their ex-EVP chooses a Cloud solution, despite SDL’s ongoing propaganda against Cloud solutions, this does tell something. Share this article if your invitee hesitates because “but it’s Cloud” and “hey, everyone does it in Trados”. Here’s a quote, underlining what we already know about why Smartcat is the best choice: For end customers Weebly case study Weebly is a platform that lets people create beautiful websites without any programming skills. They went global with the help of Smartcat. Their quote underlines the following strengths: Tight support, Marketplace, of course, and API for localization automation. Share this article with clients who might want to have their website localized to more languages than it is now. Here’s the quote: For freelancers: You tell us! No, really. We could write tons of articles about why using Smartcat is beneficial for freelancers. But no one will be able to explain this better than yourself. And we’d love to hear, too!
  8. As you can read from the description of the referral program, you can only earn on inviting paying customers — not your translator colleagues. To balance out this inequality, we are test-running the following offering: You will get $10 for each invited freelancer who translates more than 10,000 words in one month from the invitation date. The offer is time- and volume-limited: It will only apply to freelancers invited within one month from now (i.e., until September 10, 2017). It will only apply to the first 50 freelancers who achieve the goal. If and when we see that the offering works well, we might prolong the offering. No promises though
  9. As you can read from the description of the referral program, you can only earn on inviting paying customers — not your translator colleagues. To balance out this inequality, we are test-running the following offering: You will get $10 for each invited freelancer who translates more than 10,000 words in one month from the invitation date. The offer is time- and volume-limited: It will only apply to freelancers invited within one month from now (i.e., until September 10, 2017). It will only apply to the first 50 freelancers who achieve the goal. If and when we see that the offering works well, we might prolong the offering. No promises though View full article
  10. Hi, there, surfers! I've been told I am the record holder on how many people have signed up for smartCAT through my Wave link, so I will tell you what I did and how, so we can all get the best out of this program. I am a translator, I taught translation for a bit at a private university and I am also very active in specialist groups for translators and interpreters in FB, mainly. I "designed" a spread program to get people to use my link and this is how I did that: I posted the link the first time advertising the amazing CAT capabilities of smartCAT, the fact you can upload your own work, create a profile, use TMs, etc. and I told everyone that signing up was free and that's the post that, I think, got most of the people that actually signed up. In the second post, which I posted yesterday in the same groups, I highlighted the forums, the community, the fact you can get paid through smartCAT and that you can even get clients, either your own or international ones, using the environment. My third post, which will appear in mid July, will highlight the Senior's program, all the benefits we get from being Seniors, the sense of community a peer-review brings, etc. In my fourth, and last one, I will talk about the webinars, the constant online support we get from Vova and the team and, again, the sense of community we get from being part of smartCAT. Every post will add the "free" idea, since that seems to be quite interesting for most of us, freelancers with no fixed income. So, as you see, what I did was taking advantage of my social media contacts, knowing the advantages of smartCAT and finding out exactly what the best (and most attractive) features are, so I can just advertise the truth, no tricks. Finally, I have to say that every post says that if they have questions, doubts or general enquiries about it, that they could contact me through the messenger or by mail, and some did and it was great to get the environment the spotlight it deserves. That's what I've done so far and what I plan to do and maybe you can do something similar and get the best out of your wave. Hugs! Paz S.
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