Announcing a new guide for improving your freelancer profile
Thread poster: Jason Grimes

Jason Grimes
Local time: 23:32
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Dec 5, 2013

If you're interested in getting freelance work through ProZ.com, it's hard to overstate the importance of having a good profile. Your profile should represent you accurately and professionally, and clearly indicate a specialty that sets you apart from the crowd.

A new guide is available to help you fill out the profile information that is most important for meeting new clients and landing good jobs.

Click here to try the new profile improvement guide.

Feedback is welcome, as always.

Best regards,

Jason


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Łukasz Gos-Furmankiewicz  Identity Verified
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Local time: 05:32
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Profile guides are good Jan 3, 2014

One of the causes of the bad condition of translators IMHO is the poverty of translator profiles in directories and such like. The better the profiles, the more engaging and inviting (and reliable and friendly and whatever else it is) translators appear to their potential clients. It's probably easier to treat translators like machines (zombies, nameless resource, 'vendors' etc.) when they don't have a face and a story. Same goes for rates.

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