Try out the new translation tool in the Magazine and stock up on some serious Piggy Points while you’re at it! Until Monday only, translate LomoLocations and get 10 Piggies for every post you translate! 3 published translations will get you 30 Pigges, 4 will get you 40 Piggies and your on your way to a big shopping spree already!
Pick Up 10 Piggies Now!
Go to the LomoLocations section, choose a published Locations post that you submitted or find interesting you would like to share with in another language(s). Translate it with the new tool and submit to the appropriate editors. Get 10 Piggy Point when it is published – easy as pie!
Want more Piggy Points? Simply find another Location and repeat the process!
To pick up 10 Piggy Points for a translation you must have it submitted by Monday July 26th after that is 5 Piggy Points for a translation as usual – for every section.
10 Piggy Point Bonanza for translated Locations ends Monday July 26th so get your submission in soon!
For more instruction on how to use the translation tool see here.
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