Creating an Online Portfolio to Attract Clients
Nowadays, everyone is getting rid of the paper trail. Every freelance language provider should now own an online portfolio. If you don’t have one, or worse, if you don’t know what it is, you have absolutely no chance of making it in the world of translation/interpreting.The competitive translation market continues to change, as does the way translators prospect for work. Translators must learn how to effectively present their skills so clients can immediately recognize the unique value that they bring to the market place. This course examines the value of presenting the translator as a complete package by designing an online portfolio that includes his/her bio, resume, sample translation projects, and testimonials based on the desired target market and goals.
Freelancers starting in the translation industry.
Experienced freelancers who want to expand their clients database.
Outsources who want to get new end clients.
In this video, you will learn how to:
Learn how to describe yourself using descriptive language.
Explore the essential elements of cover letters, resumes and bios.
Identify the key elements included in a personalized portfolio.
Discover some online tools that can be used to create digital portfolios.
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1. What is a portfolio?
2. Why do you need a portfolio?
3. What goes into a portfolio?
4. Electronic portfolio/personal website
5. Tools to create online portfolios
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Price: 35.00 USD
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