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Can I get some advice on my bio?

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Juan Diego N Member Since: Jan 13, 2019
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Hello everyone!
I've asked my clients about my bio and they say it's fine, I followed @Petra's advice too. But I have a question: I joined as a translator, I've had a few translation jobs, but, it seems I've had more jobs about data entry/data in general, and that's exactly what's bothering me: My bio is kind of translation-related, so, I would like to know if it's worth the jump from translations to data entry? Is there any way to keep them in balance? My bio' structure is: experience, me and programs I'm proficient at. Any advice? 

 

Thank you, guys!

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Robin H Member Since: Apr 9, 2018
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Juan Diego N wrote:

Hello everyone!
I've asked my clients about my bio and they say it's fine, I followed @Petra's advice too. But I have a question: I joined as a translator, I've had a few translation jobs, but, it seems I've had more jobs about data entry/data in general, and that's exactly what's bothering me: My bio is kind of translation-related, so, I would like to know if it's worth the jump from translations to data entry? Is there any way to keep them in balance? My bio' structure is: experience, me and programs I'm proficient at. Any advice? 

 

Thank you, guys!


 

Helllo Juan.

 

My first question to you would be, will you be able to manage both?

 

If yes, I think, you should create the bio, having mixture of both, as these both services are related to each other...

 

Also, please update your profile Skills section mentioning both of your skills, so that clients can find you on search for that particular skill....

 

I hope this helps!

 

All the best!

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Juan Diego N Member Since: Jan 13, 2019
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Thank you!

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