Thursday, November 03, 2011

Open post on “Blogging 101”

As promised during the presentation, here is a post for questions and answers about our blogging presentation, or for other questions about blogging for translators.

Please feel free to ask any question by adding a comment to this post.

You can download the most up to date version of our presentation from this blog (to download the presentation, select the “Blogging 101” tab above, and then follow the link to the ppt file).

If you have a blog or will start one, write to Corinne or to me: we love to see new interesting blogs o translation and related subjects.

1 comment:

  1. Riccardo, I just remembered something you and I briefly discussed after your detailed presentation. My point was that a blog used for professional reasons should not contain anything that might resemble venting or complaining.

    Web 2.0 tools and social networks can be awesome tools if used properly and in context, like any other tool. One should ask "Is this tool going to be a better mousetrap for doing this or that for my business?" Sometimes we get caught up in the sizzle and fancifulness of the tool and we forget that we are just a silly posting away from undoing a lot of good work. Just look at the celebrities that mess it up with Twitter.



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