Translation Services USA Releases Translation Cloud Facebook App

New York, NY (PressExposure) February 14, 2011 -- Translation Services USA, a trusted provider of professional translations has launched the Translation Cloud Facebook App, the latest addition to the companies quickly expanding list of language resources and tools. Harnessing the power of Facebook's 550M users, Translation Cloud is a fresh and easy-to-use platform for freelance translators and can be used all over the world.

Translation Cloud boasts a simplified sign-up process, taking no more than 5 minutes to complete. Freelance translators using this app can avoid surfing through overcrowded and aggravated online translation forums or fulfilling multiple timely routine requirements, such as submitting resumes to contractors or completing lengthy qualification tests. The proprietary algorithm of Translation Cloud guarantees quality control, weeding out the weakest links from the very beginning.

In a recent interview with founder and CEO, Alex Buran, he stated, "It's time to embrace the times, and pull our resources from every possible venue. Aside from being a key source for networking, Facebook is rapidly transforming into a true resource for its users, making it a great platform for companies looking to expand and better reach their diverse communities. This development cannot be ignored, and Translation Services USA is ready to rise to the occasion and meet the needs of the entire translation world."

Translation Cloud encourages users to choose their individual path, offering the opportunity to work on Translation Cloud in one of two capacities. Translators can submit their PayPal information and be paid for proofreading on Translation Cloud. Alternatively, users can choose to volunteer. To amateur translators, or people new to the field, Translation Cloud intends to serve as a sort of mechanical translation tutor, tracking the accuracy of their proofreading skills. Translation Cloud provides each user access to a detailed history of their submissions, giving them the unique opportunity to track the accuracy of their work and improve upon it.

Always a primary issue in the handling of confidential translations and the online processing of quote requests, privacy is an invaluable priority for all customers seeking translation services. The creators of Translation Cloud have eliminated the cause for concern in regards to privacy. Translation Cloud automatically splits all translations into small segments and distributes them at random, enhancing the security of the translations by removing the context in which they were written.

A user-friendly App for on-the-go freelance translators, Translation Cloud is extremely easy to navigate. Finding and completing translation tasks is practically effortless. Notifications for available translation tasks will appear on the user's Facebook Home Page. The tasks are kept short and sweet, and therefore are extremely easy to manage. Each translator works with one segment at a time, and are allotted two minutes for which to proofread, approve or modify the selected translation. Upon submitting, the translation is entered into the approval process. This modified translation will continue to circulate the database until it's peer-reviewed and met all approval requirements.

Translation Cloud is a more efficient platform. Completely free of membership or sign-up fees, this App is also free of the the common time-wasters typically encountered in the hunt for contract translation work. Translation Cloud provides freelance translators the opportunity to earn money proofreading at their own pace. The simplified user interface, devoid of the typical hassle of time consuming bidding wars, will allow freelance translators to get the very most out of their time.

About Translation Services USA

Translation Services USA
545 Eighth Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10018
sarah@translation-services-usa.com
(212) 380-1679, ext. 8

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Press Release Submitted On: February 14, 2011 at 11:33 am
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