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- Top Tips for Website Localization
June 25, 2015 Comments
Is your company planning a website localization project to attract a new target audience? In this blog, I will cover top tips for planning and successfully executing a website localization project. With the help of your translation services agency, you can create a multilingual website that will at...
- Google Translate: Newest Features
February 03, 2015 Comments
Many of us have used Google Translate to get a basic translation of a sentence or paragraph. Barak Turovsky, Product Lead for Google Translate, wrote in a recent blog that the service is used by over 500 million unique users a month and that they support over 1 billion translation requests a day. W...
- Website Translation
- Website Localization and the Great Firewall
January 21, 2015 Comments
“The Golden Shield Project” more commonly known around the globe as the “Great Firewall,” a term first coined in this context in a Wired Magazine article in 1997, blocks well-known sites such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Bloomberg, Dropbox and many Google sites (as Google is not officially in Chin...
- Website Translation with GPI and EPiServer
October 06, 2014 1 Comments
EPiServer CMS is a fantastic Web Content Management System that supports multilingual websites and derives its strong capabilities from its Microsoft .NET Platform. EPiServer’s latest version 7.5 provides a great set of options to support and manipulate multiple languages not only for content but al...
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- Top Tips for Translating Hotel Websites into Arabic
August 14, 2014 1 Comments
In a previous blog, we had outlined Arabic Translation Best Practices for hotel-related printed material like menus and brochures into Arabic. This blog serves as a continuation and discusses the top tips for translating hotel websites." The website is the online gateway to your property, and it is...
- Arabic Website Translation Best Practices
February 04, 2014 Comments
The Arabic online market is a significant, expanding market segment with great potential for Arabic content. The majority of websites in Arabic speaking markets however are still in English, which means they are less competitive in the region. With business expanding rapidly in these markets, it is ...