In January 2014, Spanish freelance web editor Eva Sanagustín Fernández released an ebook with the results from her second survey on the state of content in Spain.
Here’s an interesting new launch for content professionals. Digital media company Four-i’s has started a new content podcast, Content Matters, which talks about today’s web with the people managing and making it.
Events and conferences are a great way to network and top up your knowledge. As a freelancer, I know these are important but still have to get to one (the benefits have to be significant to justify the cost).
I’m really not sure. I wouldn’t be surprised if the end result is the same: nobody finds your website. I’m talking about the English content offered by many websites that have a different primary language. The internet’s great because it opens up your business to many more people, who speak many different languages. But itContinue reading “Is bad English better than no English at all?”
One of my Spanish ‘intercambio’ friends has recently booked a place on a summer course in London to improve her English (which she speaks to a good level already). She’s also booked a room with Nido, accommodation for overseas students. She received the following email from Nido, but asked me for help because she couldn’tContinue reading “Writing for your audience: overseas students”