Paid advertising - you might say that it's just way too complicated, too techy. You might say that there are agencies who specialise in doing paid ad campaigns for you. Why would you want to learn how to do it yourself? I hear you. You know, we always have 2 options: 1. Hire it out2. … Continue reading You have a great service, a great product. Paid advertising is like paying for postage to get it delivered to the right people
In the third episode of Marketing Nuggets, I talk about Social Media, my thoughts on using it in your language business, and how to decide which platforms to be on. I open up about the fact that for my language training business, ProLingua Global, I'm not using social media that much. In fact, I don't even … Continue reading Social Media: Which platforms should I spend time on, and which ones should I happily ignore?
In the second episode of Marketing Nuggets, I talk about Email Marketing, a super powerful tool that you can use to stay in touch with your existing clients and also with your potential clients.
As 2020 comes to an end, I can only say one thing: What a year it was! As a host and organiser of Language Professionals' Networking Event, I talked to hundreds of fellow language service providers this year. For some of them, work has completely dried up. Others have been thriving. From what I can … Continue reading Your website is your best salesperson — working for you 24/7
Simple Online Marketing for Language Professionals who don’t get and don’t do tech. That's Thrive Online, my new passion project that I'm excited to launch.
Marketing Nuggets with Gabriella Ferenczi is a new place where you'll find easy to digest short episodes on the practical aspects of simple online marketing - with language freelancers, language professionals in mind.
The other day, I was interviewed by business coach and entrepreneur Orsi Beata Nagy. We had a pleasent conversation in Hungarian, about success. How do you prepare for an interview on success? - I asked myself. I knew that Orsi would ask questions about my life and my journey. I didn't know what those questions … Continue reading Thoughts on the meaning of success
Maya Angelou. Just by writing her name, I feel so much warmth and joy. I kept seeing her name in those unimaginative Instagram quotes, but never really bothered to look up who she is. Until one day, a feature documentary appears in front of me on Netflix, on her life, entitled: And Still, I Rise. … Continue reading Maya, the caged bird
Friday morning. My door bell is ringing. I'm like: It's lockdown. And I'm not expecting any deliveries today. Who could this be? A lady with a beautiful bunch of flowers is on my doorstep. - Are you Gabi?- Yeeaas.- This is for you.- Ahm. Oakeeeey. Thank you. I close the door. Open the envelop like … Continue reading 300
"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye."Antoine de Saint Exupéry: The little prince In a week's time, at Language Professionals' Networking Event, we'll learn about the 'language' of dots, Braille. James Bowden, Braille Technical Officer from RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) … Continue reading The language of dots