6 email tips for connecting with translation agencies

As a language professional, do everything you can to boost your chances of success. Here's a short video from director of training Paul Urwin with some tips for connecting with translation agencies via email.

If you'd like to find out lots more about how to get more translation agency clients, check out Tess Whitty's 3-hour workshop which takes place on April 29: https://training.proz.com/translation-agencies-workshop.

Do you have any tips you'd like to share? This post was first shared as part of the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) facebook group. Please join the discussion there as well. 


Here is the summary to keep in mind:

1. Think about the email subject

You've got that small space to get their attention.

2. Address the recipient correctly

Take the time to tailor your approach to the person.

3. Connect/relate with the person

Did they attend an event that you did? Is there an article they have posted?

4. Focus on their needs

Needs of a potential client should come first. Then provide your solution.

5. Include call-to-action or question

Why? They keep the conversation going.

6. Add links to ProZ.com profile and LinkedIn profile in your signature

They can click on those links, visit your profile and see you are a true professional.



Topics: freelancer, language jobs, freelancer, translator, freelancer, training, training, marketing for language professionals, translation

Mike Donlin

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