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» O czym rozmawiasz z klientem w windzie?
Niniejszy artykuł stanowi poddane pewnym redakcjom spolszczenie artykułu What's your elevator speech, którego bezpośrednim tematem jest krótka – licząca 20-30 sekund – prezentacja tłumacza np. w trakcie tytułowej wspólnej podróży windą z potencjalnym klientem, ale i przy każdej innej czasowo ograniczonej okazji do wywołania dobrego pierwszego wrażenia.
» 'About me' with style – using CSS to enrich your presentation on ProZ.com with typography
The directly intended purpose of this article is to introduce you gently to the world of style definitions you can put on the HTML tags that you're allowed to use in the About me section of your profile and in custom tabs. However, you will also benefit from this knowledge when posting on blogs and message boards, editing or even making websites on your own. This is a long article, as it reflects an entire day of knowledge sharing.
» The “ProZ” and cons of the translation workplace
By Johanne Benoit-Gallagher | Published 05/7/2013 | Translator/Client Matching | Recommendation:
I have recently been approached by translators who are starting their careers or who are making a shift to freelance work. Their first question usually goes like this, “If I want to work from home, where and how do I find clients?” There are, of course, many possible answers. In this post, I’d like to discuss how ProZ can be a useful tool as part of a translator’s marketing mix. This article originally appeared on the blog Catherine Translates.
» ProZ.com membership works: a success story
By Lucia Leszinsky | Published 12/5/2012 | Translator/Client Matching | Recommendation:
An article on one of the many success stories ProZ.com site staff read or hear every day.
» Три категории зла и два основных правила. Original:Three categories of evil and two basic rules
By Alexander Parkhomov | Published 08/7/2012 | Translator/Client Matching | Recommendation:
That is Russian version of the article "Three categories of evil and two basic rules" http://www.proz.com/translation-articles/articles/3613/ by Enrique Cavalitto http://www.proz.com/profile/136061


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