You don’t need us to tell you that as a freelance translator you’ve got to wear multiple hats.
On top of doing the actual translation, you need to keep the admin and financial sides of your business on track. And, perhaps most importantly, you need to be on it with your sales and marketing.
Because the key to succeeding as a freelance translator is, surprise surprise, actually having clients to translate for.
Chances are, your dream clients aren’t just going to stumble across you by coincidence if you’re just sitting around waiting for them to show up. If you want them to find you, you need to give them the chance to do so by putting yourself out there.
But how can you actually go about that?
Well, we’ve put together a list of things you can do to make sure the right people know about you and your business.
That involves reaching out to potential clients, as well as boosting the chances of them finding you.