You already know that creating Facebook online presence for freelance Russian translator and for every freelance translator is very important.
But how to write awesome Facebook content for your freelance translation business? How to craft a Facebook post and keep your audiences engaged?
Today I have something that will make every freelance translator feel like you have Facebook superpowers:
In this post I will walk you through the best Facebook business pages created and constantly kept updated by the most successful freelance translators.
Warning: you are NOT going to find a complete guide how to create a Facebook business page.
I’m bringing the noise.
Facebook has become an important digital marketing channel in the translation and localization industry. Translators create business pages to attract and engage visitors, drive them to their websites, and convert them into leads (and, eventually, customers).
As a rule, the target audience of a translator’s business page is fellow professionals with whom you could build relationships, share your experience and give recommendations, and, of course, people interested in your services.
But here’s the kicker:
If you work as a freelance translator or a localization specialist, keeping up with the right Facebook pages can help you improve your business model, better serve your customers and boost your bottom line.
What to do:
By liking these pages you see not only what your fellow professionals are focusing on and what they are posting, but you will also get the ability to interact with them. By interacting with business pages on a regular basis you will expand your community, attract new followers and potentially find new opportunities for business partnership.
For every freelance translator looking to thrive in today’s ever-changing translation and localization industry, here are 12 essential Facebook pages to check out: