Monthly Archive:: November 2018

Guest post: Client-side conferences as a marketing tool

This is a guest post by Michèle Hansen, a French to English translator specializing in medical, global health, and international development translations. Michèle took my direct client marketing course a while back, and has since capitalized on her love of continuing education (and travel!) to build her direct client business by attending client-side conferences and

ProZ Community Choice awards: thank you!

Thank you to everyone who nominated or voted for my blog and books in this year’s ProZ Community Choice awards. The winners have been announced, and I’m excited to see that Thoughts on Translation won for best blog about translation, and Finding and Marketing to Translation Agencies won for best book about translation. After almost

2019 courses open for registration

I’m excited to announce that my Winter/Spring 2019 online courses are open for registration. Ahead of this “semester,” I surveyed my subscribers and asked what you’d like to learn about. You answered, and the lineup reflects the four most popular choices, plus my flagship course for beginning translators. All courses are four weeks long, $365

New podcast: ATA59 wrapup

Eve Bodeux and I released a new episode of Speaking of Translation this week. It’s a wrapup of last month’s 59th annual American Translators Association conference. We discuss our favorite sessions at the conference, how the conference is planned, and some tips for anyone who’s never attended an ATA conference and would like to. Here