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» How to be a successful translator
Published 05/20/2009 | Art of Translation and Interpreting | Not yet recommended
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Dear Sir/Madam, Please note that articles must contain more than 500 words. For a list of submission guidelines just visit http://www.proz.com/translation-articles/pages/Submission-Guidelines . Hope this helps! Kind regards, Lucia Leszinsky
If you want to be a successful translator, the first thing you must do is to know how to sell yourself.
» The Linguist and Social Media - Self-Promotion through Twitter
Published 02/11/2011 | Getting Established , Marketing Your Language Services | Not yet recommended
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Social media is here to stay, with its usage spanning across all industries. The languages industry is slowly but surely taking advantage of this vehicle, and individual freelancers should be no exception. This article provides the steps to be taken in using the Twitter medium to enhance a linguist's online presence and produce business leads.
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