On marketing challenges feat. Paul Urwin Blabbing Translators: Season 1, Episode 5




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    Welcome to Season 1, Episode 5 of the Blabbing Translators show!

    This time we interviewed Paul Urwin,  a languages entrepreneur, conference speaker, coach and digital author with many years’ experience in the fields of translations, language teaching and voiceovers.  He lives in Colombia, most of the time. Paul is also CEO of 100 Percent Languages Ltd., a UK-registered company specializing in language services worldwide and Director of Inglés Bogotá, one of Colombia’s premier Language Service Providers.

    We were discussing different strategies for marketing your translation services.

    In this episode you will learn:

    • Where to start if you want to build your professional website
    • How to set up a marketing strategy and why you need one
    • How to find balance between the new and the old-school marketing methods
    • How to connect with prospects on LinkedIn

    …and much more!

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    Elena Tereshchenkova

    About Elena Tereshchenkova

    EN-RU translator. Make the world better one translation at a time & help companies connect with Russian speakers all around the world. Creator of I Love Mondays. Co-host of Blabbing Translators.

    2 thoughts on “On marketing challenges feat. Paul Urwin

    1. Hi guys, thank you for this episode of Blabbling Translators, really a good one. Absolutely worth listening. Paul shared a lot of interesting insights from his wide experience. Elena and Dmitry look like professional anchormen 😉

      Ciao,
      silvia

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