Using LinkedIn to generate translation business

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Reed James
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Spanish to English
Not available in Chile May 11, 2016

When are all online services going to be available worldwide and not in select countries? It is so unfair!!!

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neilmac  Identity Verified
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No great loss May 15, 2016

I keep getting spam from LinkedIn, although I thought I had cancelled my subscription/left the building... or whatever they call it. I see it as just a persistently intrusive waste of time, but then again, I'm not interested in generating more business than I have in the moment.

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