If you’re looking for a travel writer that specialises in Thailand-related pieces, then I’m your guy. Whether you run travel articles to increase sales or use travel content writing for better brand awareness – I’m keen to leave your readers with a gripping story to mull over.
I’m a big fan of independent travel off the well-trodden tourist trail. I adore the beauty of nature and welcoming Thai culture – reasons why I’ve settled down here in the Land of Smiles.
What’s in It for You if You Hire Me?
I create authentic travel pieces with a dash of humour. It’s my passion to write first-person narratives in the past tense, but I can also take a more journalistic, reportage approach, so objective impressions and facts.
I provide travel writing services that will keep your readers coming back for more and engage new audiences, too. My stories have a point and will lead people into your sales funnel where you can convert them into paying customers.
I understand that meeting deadlines is important to you. I can save you time and will deliver according to your editorial requirements, always on schedule and free of errors.
Fees and Quotes
If you’re worried that your budget might be too tight to afford me, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. I’m happy to tailor my services to make sure that my fees are within your budget.
I typically turn around an article in a week or two. If you have an urgent deadline looming over you, give me a shout, and I’ll see that I can help.
I’ve translated the following from German into English:
- a GDPR/data protection-related website
- technical content on hydrography
- a piece of text on esoterism
- a few pages of a handwritten diary
- Fabry-related medical content
- Martial arts-related video content
Here’s what I’ve changed from English to German:
- wine-related marketing copy
- a lead generation website
- a luxury fashion site
- a complex document on bio-resonance technology
- website content about IT services
- pet products-related blog posts
- app-related content
- travel-related text about a day trip in Germany
- various tennis, squash, and yoga-related product descriptions
- Amazon product descriptions
- a booklet for children
- razor-related text
- makeup remover pad text
- text on LED lighting
- coffee and water filter-related content
Working in another industry? Don’t fret, we Swiss are rightly called sticklers for perfection. Should there be any technical terms, I’ll do my research. Whatever the content you’d like me to translate, you can bank on receiving a proper translation – on time and often in advance of time.
Check out my clients’ feedback on PeoplePerHour. All those who’ve taken the time to rate my work have awarded me five stars, the highest score. Want to take a peek at the quality of my translations? Ask me to show you some work samples.
My mother tongue, which is German, and the fact that I’ve passed both the Cambridge CPE and the Cambridge CELTA, prove that I am a qualified English/German translator. Besides, I have that little feeling a translator needs when it comes to interpreting idioms and phrases.
CPE stands for Certificate of Proficiency in English. The CPE is a level C2 certificate – it proves extremely high-level proficiency in English. CELTA – which is a level 5 certificate – is the abbreviation for Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults.