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Emeline Jamoul
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Freelance EN>FR & ES>FR Translator
Freelance EN>FR & ES>FR Translator

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"Because I’m a solopreneur, I had concerns about being confused with an agency. In the end I decided that I wanted my work to be associated with me. I’m proud of the work I do and putting my name on it just makes sense."

Janaina Ribeiro has been a long-time reader of the What's in a Brand? series and has even confessed to me that the various interviews that have been featured on the blog have helped her with her branding. Today, I am proud to publish Janaina's own!

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In today's article (which is also the last post of 2014!), I am sharing my review of +Marta Stelmaszak  book, The Business Guide for Translators. A guide I can only strongly recommend for anyone willing to improve their business!

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Today, I am sharing the resolutions and the goals I have set for myself for this upcoming year. Who else is excited for 2015?

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After a short break, the What's in a Brand? series is back just in time to end the year with a wonderful interview. Today, Catherine Christaki from Lingua Greca Translations shares her branding secrets with us. It's been a pleasure having her on the series!
http://wp.me/p4yNen-oa

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"In our business, we don't often get a chance to meet our clients face to face. By choosing this photo for my home page, I wanted to say to all visitors "Hello, this is me, the person responsible for the services you receive. I'm friendly, reliable and ready to help you today". "

A new What's in a Brand? interview on the blog today! This time, I have invited Maja Źróbecka from Polish translator at Mylingua.pl to join this series and share the story of her brand with us. It's a personal favourite and I hope you will enjoy reading the interview as much I did preparing it!

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"A common wisdom says that two heads are better than one and in our case we are lucky enough to have three great minds that think alike!"

I know, this new What's in a Brand? interview comes a day late and a little early, but I didn't want you to miss the great interview I've been working on with the great ladies from Athens-based boutique agency InterpretIt. Click on the link below to read it!

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"I want to succeed, I want to live the life I want, the way I want, I want to rock in what I do, I’m going to make it… like a rock star!” – and something just clicked!"

Today, I'm happy to share a new What's in a Brand? interview I have been preparing with my lovely friend Valentina Ambrogio from Rockstar Translations!

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"If clients see you as an individual, with your own passions and personality and not just as a sales-driven entity, they are much more inclined to come to you."

A brand-new (no pun intended) What's in a Brand? interview on the blog today! I had the pleasure to interview Silvia Baldi from Silvia Baldi Translations. As you will read, Silvia is very passionate about her job and it shines through her website so much that I HAD to invite her to take part in the series.

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"Little girls with dreams become women with vision."

Today I have the pleasure to share a new What's in a Brand? interview with a lovely lady. Her name is Marta Simões, and she comes from Gran Canaria. She is an English, French and Portuguese into Spanish translator and... she designed her website and her brand herself! I found it really interesting to the whole process that gave life to her Simões Translations and I hope you will enjoy reading this interview too!

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"I believe standing out is paramount for a freelancer to be considered and noticed."

A new What's in a Brand? interview today with Valeria Aliperta from Rainy London. Discover how her brand came to life and her many insights on the importance of branding for freelancers.
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