If you are reading this article, you’ve probably got a LinkedIn account already. Or, at least, you should. I bet you are quite satisfied with all the information you’ve included in your LinkedIn profile and could even outline one or hopefully more success stories where some awesome client or colleague found about you via LinkedIn. Yet it seems to me more and more LinkedIn users are kind of taking this business-social network for granted.
Dear Magic Pens,
It's been a wonderfully busy and challenging year! I'm sorry I couldn't post as often as I would have loved to, but the point is: never stop posting, right?
Anyways, I just wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading, "liking", "sharing" and "commenting" here, via The Open Mic, on Facebook. I mostly appreciate being able to share my thoughts on the translation and editing profession, and being able to learn from your feedback as well. :) #ThankYouInternet #ThankYouWeb3.0
Finally, I also want you to know I don't take you for granted and that I sincerely wish you, from a rather hot Argentinian shelter...
“An entrepreneur is someone who has the courage
Delfina Morganti Hernández is a freelance English<>Spanish translator, reviewer and interpreter specialising in Marketing, HR, Literary Criticism, Subtitling and Digital Journalism. She recently started The Magic Pen Edits, her second blog ever, which aims to address the complex challenges faced by freelance linguists, especially editors.