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If you’re looking for a webinar solution, either as host or recipient, there are LOADS out there, ranging from free to $50+ per month, so it pays to know which have the best mix of price and functionality. This article, by Nathan Weller,┬áprovides a great breakdown of some of the products currently available.

I’m keen to look at Webinarjam, but wonder what you guys are currently using?

Productivity tip: Evernote

If you’re in the thick of a project and find some useful resources, such as the glossary I found below relating to procurement and the tendering process, a great way of storing them away for future reference is Evernote. Available as an extension in Chrome, Firefox and most other browsers, by a simple click you can save any PDF, or other web content to the “notebook” of your choice, which is then stored locally on your PC. In this case, I just created a notebook I called “Glossaries”, and – hey presto – instant access to your reference files. Also worth doing is changing the file name by adding “_glossary” to the filename, which will make searching for glossary content simpler on your computer.

Also worth seeing:
Pocket
Dropbox
Looking for similar content: Try “Making it as a Freelance Translator” (available from Amazon)

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