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Posted by Stacey on
Tue, 03.05.2016
Posted on 03.05.2016 - 09:14pm
*** Previous *** The idea of asking for and receiving testimonials from satisfied customers is to ensure that these testimonials can be leveraged so that as many people as possible will see these...
Posted by Stacey on
Tue, 03.05.2016
Posted on 03.05.2016 - 09:14pm
We’ve spoken a lot recently about translation testimonials because they’re so vitally important to your freelance translation business. We’ll continue along this thread today and talk about what...
Posted by Stacey on
Mon, 02.05.2016
Posted on 02.05.2016 - 08:50pm
Incentives can be a vitally important aspect of succeeding in both your business and personal life, particularly if you’re working on your own as a translation expert. So it’s up to you to determine...
Posted by Stacey on
Mon, 02.05.2016
Posted on 02.05.2016 - 08:47pm
Freelance translation is a great career objective, in-as-much-as it’s an industry that’s very much in demand and for qualified and highly experienced translators there’s almost no financial limit to...
Posted by Stacey on
Mon, 02.05.2016
Posted on 02.05.2016 - 07:12am
*** Previous *** When a non-paying client plays dead it’s one of the most maddening things that can happen. They’ll ignore your emails, your letters, and your phone calls, and they’ll even ignore a...
Posted by Stacey on
Mon, 02.05.2016
Posted on 02.05.2016 - 07:12am
Anyone running their own business will confirm that non-paying translation clients are a pain in the neck. The most difficult clients to deal with are non-paying clients who, for all intents and...
Posted by Stacey on
Sun, 01.05.2016
Posted on 01.05.2016 - 09:48am
*** Previous *** Ignore Inbox Alerts Inbox alerts can be such a trap for busy people! We know that email is arriving almost all the time and it takes a lot of willpower to stop checking emails. Turn...
Posted by Stacey on
Sun, 01.05.2016
Posted on 01.05.2016 - 09:47am
Freelance translators, like everyone else, wear many different hats, so getting through a normal working day can simply be a matter of prioritization. Sometimes you’ll find that your translation work...
Posted by Stacey on
Sat, 30.04.2016
Posted on 30.04.2016 - 07:46am
Translation is a profession which requires critical thinking skills and an academic level of knowledge. A good translator is one who has a lot of experience and a passion for language: like a good...

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