Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Jeevs, Apr 3, 2011.
I am guessing fiverr in Germany will be 5 euros a gig? more money to be made
Time to learn German
oh i dont understand that
Yep, german fiverr is 5 Euros per gig.
My GCSE German better be enough
for 5 euros I'll google translate my gigs
You have to submit a application to Reuben, the customer service guy. He sounds German, so he will know if you google translate your app.
Gut, dass ich Deutsch spreche
Good thing i know german...
Some german guy should jv for this to write applications for non Germans!!
nice! now it pays off to live in germany^^
ich sperech dutsh klien nicht viel
just little german coz i watch alot german channels
Ich bin in Deutschland geboren und spreche perfekt deutsch.
I am born in germany and i can speak it perfectly
i just wrote the answer in English, Google translate it to German and sent them the translated text
Google translate can translate English to German or German to English very well, so it's not a problem if you don't speak German at all
i studied German for 2 years, but i didn't really like it
Just changed my name into a German name in profile page...just in case they checking it. Dunno whether it works. Lol
Time to whip out Google Translate, this is going to be awesome.
...well, google translate does not really work well. i mean german in my mother tounge and i speak english quite well, and if you campare the original english text with the stuff that is translated by google, it does not make that much sense, sry guys^^
ya was thinking the same...you can use GT to make a sense out of any language but you certainly can't develop the expressions you want to convey..and hence convincing any buyer would be difficult...n what if they use some shortcuts like we do in chatting??
u for you
hv for have
2 for to
4gt for forget
ths for this
You can only use GT if you know at least the abc of german.
Then, there should be Translate English into German vice versa in Fiverr. But the $5 will be wasted.
Separate names with a comma.