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Welcome to episode no. 101 of Marketing Tips for Translators. Thank you for listening, and for all the support and feedback which has helped the podcast pass the 100 episodes mark! Today I am looking again at productivity. I have recently begun using Trello, particularly with my virtual assistant, but I still have a lot to learn. To find out more, I’m talking to English-Russian translator Elena Tereshchenkova, who uses Trello as a productivity and project management tool.
Important things covered in this episode:
- Using Trello to manage projects and tasks
- Using Trello to increase productivity
- Benefits of Trello
- Using Trello for marketing planning and campaigns
Useful links mentioned in this episode:
- Trello for translators
- Trello for freelancers
- How to use Trello to organize your life
- Trello track ideas from freelancer
- Udemy – Trello level 1
- Udemy – Trello level 2
- Udemy – Effective project management with Trello
Many thanks to Elena for these helpful tips. I love Trello’s design and, of course, the fact that it’s free. It’s great that it can be copied, shared and archived, and I use it to attach links, pages, images and audio, and to create checklists. And now over to you! Do you have a favorite productivity or project management tool? If so, please share it with us in the comments. Have a wonderful week!
Elena Tereshchenkova has been working as an English to Russian freelance translator since 2005. She specializes in marketing and creative translations. Elena is a co-host of Blabbing Translators, the first live talk-show about translation and translators, and the translator behind I Love Mondays — a project where she shares inspiring and useful articles written by English-speaking authors with Russian speakers. She loves trying out new tools and techniques that can help her become more productive and better manage her time and she enjoys sharing her experience with her colleagues. To learn more about Elena you can visit her website at www.wordsboutque.com.
A special thanks to Catherine Metcalfe for editing the show notes.
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