Effective Email Communication with the Customer for a Translator
In one hour learn how to effectively communicate with the customer in any situation:
- when submitting a quote via ProZ
- sending your CV to a potential client
- accepting or rejecting a job offer
- sending an update on your skills and services
- and just keeping in touch with the customer.
Being a language professional you must understand that each email you write is a snapshot of your writing skills. Without well-written communication it is unlikely you will achieve success in the Translation Business upon the whole.
So, I will share with you the proven easy-to-use techniques which will bring you great results as soon as you start applying them in the communication with your new, current and old customers.
Freelancers starting in the translation industry
Experienced freelancers who want to expand their clients database
Outsources who want to get new end clients
After understanding and applying the principles of effective business communication you will:
- Know how to sound professional in any situation
- Always keep your old clients engaged
- Get a lot more positive responses from new clients
- Increase the number of new projects
- Create an image of a language professional able to communicate clearly and concisely
- Avoid common mistakes in online communication which undermine your credibility.
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During the webinar we shall cover the following points:
- The staples of online communication with the customer which every Translator should know
- Why do Translators very often turn the clients off instead of turning them on? (common mistakes in email communication made by Translators)
- Business etiquette for Translators (style and tone of business emails which will bring you more translation projects)
- Crucial parts of a business letter (from the email subject line to the ending)
- Making a cover letter (learn how to get more projects from new customers)
- Sending updates (how to be in touch with the clients and keep them engaged).
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Price: 20.00 USD
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