In social media marketing, you want your outreach to be as wide as possible - so English is the obvious choice? But what about those persons in your target group who do not understand English? Let's look into some best practices.
A good combination of proper note-taking skills and a well-trained short-term memory are indispensable for high-quality consecutive interpretations. Although the notes that interpreters take on their notepad (or lately also on their tablet) can only support their memory, advanced note-taking based on an individual mix of symbols and abbreviations will take your consecutive interpreting skills to the next level.
Interpreting telephone or video conferences consecutively has gained importance during the 2020 pandemic. Due to shortages or lack of technical solutions for remote simultaneous interpreting, many meetings have instead made use of consecutive interpreters. An experience report.
We know that social media marketing works, and some companies have developed excellent strategies for making the most of their social media channels. But how can small businesses or freelancers make use of this opportunity? I have compiled a 5-step-overview for you.
Social media marketing is not the obvious choice when it comes to online marketing options. Nonetheless, there are significant benefits for small businesses and freelancers that are worth considering.
Social media marketing can be a very effective outreach channel for small businesses and freelancers. But where to start, and how to do it?
Remember the 10 minute long speeches that you consecutively interpreted in university, to prepare for real life? Although I am glad for the thorough training that I received, consecutively interpreting bilateral meetings was a whole new world for me.
Participating as an interpreter in the 2019 Indo-German Government Consultations in New Delhi was a true highlight of my career so far. I had never been to India, and despite the short time that we were to spend there, I was eagerly looking forward to this experience.
The time has come - you were booked for interpreting during a formal dinner for the first time. Help! What do I wear, how do I behave, do I need to brush up my small talk?