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How to be a Successful Freelance Translator - Marketing

Ocean Gebhardt

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6 Videos (32m)
    • Active Marketing 1

      4:51
    • Active Marketing 2

      4:34
    • Passive Marketing 1

      4:29
    • Passive Marketing 2

      4:17
    • Other Marketing Tips 1

      5:55
    • Other Marketing Tips 2 (Chicken and Egg)

      7:48

About This Class

This is the Marketing Segment of the "How to be a Successful Freelance Translator" Course, an introductory course that teaches you how to use your language abilities to work for yourself. You will learn how to earn a living on your own terms, so you can work on projects of your choosing, and can still be available for life's moments.

Learn How To Earn A Living Working Independently Through Freelance Translation.

  • Use your knowledge of languages to earn money
  • Learn how to become an independent translation professional
  • Find out how to work both yourself and for translation agencies, so you can get the best of both worlds
  • Become familiar with what agencies and clients look for, so you can be better positioned to get hired by them

Learn to view your second language as a second degree

Your second language truly is worth just as much as another university degree. It is a skill that is in high demand, and that can earn you more money and a more comfortable life. This course aims to help you use this skill to its full potential.

Content Overview

This course is structured to serve as reference material, so you can get through the whole course in around one week, but, as your career progresses, you will probably want to go back for refreshers, so to see how various steps can apply to your new situation.

Most of this course will be taught via videos, with some written notes and explanations for those wishing to go further in depth.

The world is becoming increasingly global, while jobs are less and less secure, and the Internet is, by now, near universal. Combine all these factors, and you have a perfect storm of opportunity for people who speak more than one language.

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