Top 25 Language Professionals Blogs 2011

Here you will find the Top 25 Language Lovers 2011 in the category ‘Language Professionals’. This category focuses on blogs by people using languages in their profession, such as translators, interpreters and localization specialists. We congratulate the winners (2010 winners here)!

In addition, you might want to check out the Top 25 for the other categories as well:

Language Learning Blogs | Language Professionals Blogs | Facebook Pages | Twitterers

1.Translation Times
The translating twins and entrepreneurial linguists, Judy and Dagmar Jenner, blog about the business of translation from Vienna and Vegas. The blog revolves on ideas and strategies to run a translation business more effectively and efficiently by thinking like an entrepreneur. They dispense useful tips on marketing, advertising, entrepreneurship, real-life economics, pricing, and working with direct clients.
2.Translation Guy Blog
The challenges of language remain eternal, but the business of translation is changing in interesting and scary ways. Translation Guy is a way to get a handle on the transformation of translation for me and my readers.
3.Words to good effect
Blog about writing, web content, usability, accessibility, language and translating.
4.Algo más que traducir
Personal page of a translator with lots of resources.
5.Separated by a common language
Observations on British and American English by an American linguist in the UK.
6.Atominium, the art of translation
Hints on Translations & Translators & Culture & CAT & IT & Technology
7.A Walk in the Words
A linguistic tour for people who love having fun with words and language. A place to share interesting linguistic observations regarding sound, meaning and structure.
8.Language on the move
Sociolinguistics research site devoted to multilingualism, language learning and intercultural communication in a transnational world.
Names, brands, writing, and the quirks of the English language.
10.Veritas; passion for languages
Translation and interpretation services.

We would like to thank everyone who participated in the competition. Without all of you this competition would not have been possible. If your blog, Facebook page or Twitter account is on the list, you might want to add the Top 100 Language Lovers 2011 button to your blog. Click here if you like to get more information on how the competition works. We hope to see you back soon on Lexiophiles and