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Re: no response from client

christineisaak
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Christine h Member Since: Jan 25, 2015
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i send many proposal but no response from anyone how can i make sure that the client will hire me?

martinceisel
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Martin C Member Since: Feb 24, 2017
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Improve your profile and proposal strategy. Build out a portfolio. Make for Helm's Deep.

lysis10
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Jennifer M Member Since: May 17, 2015
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If you have to ask this question, you've already lost.
datasciencewonk
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Kat C Member Since: Jul 11, 2016
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Well, given the numerous grammatical mistakes in your overview, why should someone hire you as any sort of a writer -- at least in English?

 

 

tlbp
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Tonya P Member Since: Nov 26, 2015
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You might have better luck seeking writing jobs that require your native language. Are their local freelance sites that seek technical writers? Upwork has become highly competitive. Many non-native English writers are having difficulty finding work. 

e_luneborg
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Eve L Member Since: Feb 17, 2017
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Why do you even want to write in a language that you are not native in?

I'm sure you would have better luck with your proposals if you only applied for jobs in your native language.

 

I would never ever write anything (for pay) in English, and the simple reason for that is that I have the choice of writing in my native language. Why would I want to write in my second or third language when I can just as well write in a language that I know 100%? I will never understand why people do this.

 

 

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ravi_iitian
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Ravindra B Member Since: Sep 27, 2015
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@Eve L wrote:

Why do you even want to write in a language that you are not native in?

I'm sure you would have better luck with your proposals if you only applied for jobs in your native language.

 

I would never ever write anything (for pay) in English, and the simple reason for that is that I have the choice of writing in my native language. Why would I want to write in my second or third language when I can just as well write in a language that I know 100%? I will never understand why people do this.

 


 Very well said, Eve!

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