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I have recently participated in an illustrative discussion in @Simon Akhrameev’s great Facebook group. Simon has shared Neil Patel’s article about common marketing mistakes. One of the mistakes quoted was not offering discounts/promotions. And one commenter, Igor Juricek, made a remark that I hear surprisingly often in the translators community. I’m quoting: I wonder why we translators often feel this way? Do we consider our work to be a kind of gold standard, whose price is set in, well, gold? To me it seems natural that as market participants we must take into account its nuances. So I was going to ask, what do you guys think? Do you offer volume/seasonal discounts? Or maybe discounts for super-friendly clients?