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I'm looking for someone to translate e-mails for me from Chinese to English and from English to Chinese. Those are casual e-mails, common vocabulary and there are seldom any advanced words in them. Very easy to translate.
One important thing about these translations is that I would like them to happen as quickly as possible. For example, if I send you an e-mail to translate, I would like to receive it as soon as possible - ideally within 20 - 30 minutes. Therefore, it is very important for me that you are available online every day between 9:00pm and 11:30pm (evening) New York City time. I believe it is 9:00am to 11:30am Beijing time, but please double-check. It's OK if you are sometimes not available online at that time (especially on weekends), as long as it doesn't happen too often and you send me a quick note that you are not going to be available on that day.
Since these are very simple translations, the starting pay will be $[url removed, login to view] per source word (i.e. $1 for 200 words). The starting pay is non-negotiable, so please don't bid on this project if this rate is not acceptable for you! The starting pay may be adjusted later if your work is good.
The volume of e-mails vary by day. I pay weekly (setting a milestone payment at the beginning of each week). The weekly pay can vary from as little as $5 to as much as $30, but on average it is in the range of $10 - $15 a week.
This job is pretty easy. If you have any kind of experience in translating English-Chinese, then you will not have any problems translating these e-mails. The only unusual thing is that I need these translations to happen fast between the hours of 9:00pm and 11:30pm New York City time. That is very important to me.
I always pay on time weekly, and I'm a nice person to work with. Check my previous project for my ratings.