Hire Freelance Spanish Translators
Where does the freelancer need to work from?
- CERT is PeoplePerHour's proprietary ranking algorithm which factors in all the things our buyers care about a freelancer, in one synthetic score. Freelancers are ranked from CERT1 up to CERT5 with the Top 0.5% getting a special badge.
- Or set a range:
Freelance Spanish Translator FAQs
What is the difference between a Spanish translator and a Spanish interpreter?
Interpreting and translation are closely related. However, interpreting is an oral translation of language often taking place at a certain location. A translator, in contrast, usually interprets written text from one language to another. So, a Spanish translator will work with the written word, and a Spanish interpreter with the spoken word. Spanish speaking freelancers and Spanish language experts may focus on one discipline or another, with interpreters usually able to attend locations of work. Translators will travel for work too but the are many Spanish translators available to work online and on short- or long-term projects remotely.
What should a business look for in a Spanish copywriter?
A freelance Spanish copywriter will either be a native Spanish speaker or a highly adept Spanish speaker who has learned Spanish and is able to speak a number of languages. The best way to verify the proficiency of a Spanish copywriter is to ask to see examples of their work. At PeoplePerHour Spanish copywriters who have used the platform before will have reviews from previous clients too. Like any other hire you can ask a freelancer to verify their experience and provide references and work examples. You can also look at the experience a Spanish copywriter has on their resume.
Is it possible to hire a Spanish academic writer?
Yes. At PeoplePerHour there are hundreds of Spanish speaking freelancers and Spanish linguistic experts. Whereas some offer Spanish translation and Spanish interpretation, others offer copywriting services, Spanish subtitling, transcription, and academic writing in Spanish. PeoplePerHour freelancers are based all around the world. If you need a Spanish academic writer to be fluent in English or another language as well as Spanish, you will need to detail that in your job posting. Or, look for that when you search and contact a freelancer in the Spanish translation and language skill listings.
How do I find a freelance proofreader in Spanish?
PeoplePerHour is a freelance platform where remote workers can find work and businesses can find freelancers. If you are looking for a freelance proofreader for Spanish text you can search the freelancer listings for “proofreader,” and “Spanish.” This should give you selection of freelancers you can get in contact with. You can also post your proofreading project as a job on the PeoplePerHour platform, detailing the fluent Spanish and proofreading experience requirement. Suitable candidates will apply, often in minutes.