I am from the South of the Netherlands and I have been working for 9 years for e-commerces a. o. in the Netherlands, which has helped me to generate a vast understanding of online marketing. From 2015 until 2018 I worked as a digital marketing specialist for an international e-commerce in fancy dresses and accessories in Spain, Zaragoza. And in 2020 I worked for a Belgian e-commerce. What were my main tasks? Improving SEO texts: meta titles, descriptions and h1’s, translating from Spanish and English to Dutch, monitoring SEM campaigns and interpreting digits and data by Google Analytics. And also very important: the return on investment: key in digital marketing.
Right now I am working as a freelancer in marketing and translation. My passions are sports: cyclism, padel and other outdoor sports like hiking and also (sustainable) travelling and discovering new places.
I have completed a Master’s degree in Communication Sciences from Tilburg University and a Bacherlor’s degree in Business Administration. I am very familiar with the English and Spanish language. I have been living in Spain since 2015. I have a good understanding of French and German as well and I’m trying to get a grip on Scandinavian languages as they are Germanic languages as well, like Dutch. In October 2019 I obtained the CELTA Certificate for Teaching English language.
Languages fascinate me and I can’t stop studying them. My current levels are the following:
Dutch: native speaker, English: C1, Spanish: C1, French: B1-B2, German: B1.
During these years of experience and during my studies, Erasmus exchange, and several work placements, I have learnt that translating is not just a matter of literal translation but that culture is of great importance for translations. Cultural translation is key for good translation. Good translation is key to higher sales and ROI.
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Cultural translation is key for good translation. Good translation is key to higher sales.