Article: Getting started as a Freelancer: one person’s story.
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This topic is for discussion of the ProZ.com translation article "Getting started as a Freelancer: one person’s story.".

 

Álvaro Degives-Más  Identity Verified
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Great article, follow-up Feb 2, 2011

Thanks! That's a helpful article for those looking to get started in this inspiring business, Karen. For those interested in a follow-up article, the same author (Karen Tkaczyk) wrote a "Growing your Translation Business" companion here: http://nita.me/r40xb. Recommended reading!

 

Karen Tkaczyk  Identity Verified
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More than five years later... Feb 17, 2012

I still receive emails from people who read this article and identify with it. I'm glad it and the follow up article referred to by Álvaro Degives-Más above have been helpful.

 


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