I wrote you an email. Why didn’t you reply?
a) If you wrote to me asking for a job and sent me your CV, please read: Working for Tranix.
As it says on that page, I’ll ignore any requests that are not connected to translation, interpreting, copywriting, editing and freelancing.
I will also ignore all requests that offer to pay me to host your guest post. Nobody has been paid to write a post for this blog and I have never been paid to publish a post. That’s not going to change.
c) If you wrote to offer me an affiliate link, please note that I’ve not been paid for any of the links on this site. I decide which sites to link to on the Useful Links and Links & Tips for New Translators pages. If I don’t reply to you, it’s because I don’t think the link you’ve suggested is suitable for my website. Most of the links on this site are connected to translation, interpreting, copywriting, editing and freelancing. Please bear that in mind before contacting me with a suggestion.
The main reason why I don’t reply to emails is because I receive a lot of the above requests. Most are spam and I don’t have the time to sort out what is real from what is not. Please be aware that if you continue to send me spammy emails against my wishes, I will report you to the ICO under GDPR rules.