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Using PDF in Illustrator When Source Files are Lost

June 29, 2011 2 Comments

Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) is a versatile file format that can represent both vector and bitmap data. Adobe Illustrator is one of the most powerful vector graphics editors and it is a great tool for working with these kinds of files. In fact, the native Adobe Illustrator file format (*.AI)...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Desktop Publishing, DTP, Document Translation, Document Globalization, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat, PDF
Social Media Localization

June 27, 2011 2 Comments

Since social media is heavily influencing all of our communications it is no longer enough just to localize your content. In today’s dynamic, social networking charged environment, you need to adapt your communication to match your intended target markets to make sure that your message and intent is...

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Category:
Global SEO
Tags:
Social media, marketing, localization, SEO, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
Highlights from International Search Summit 2011

June 24, 2011 Comments

This blog focuses on key take away messages and best practices recommended at International Search Summit 2011. This event was held in conjunction with Search Marketing Expo 2011 (SMX) and in Seattle earlier this month; our own Peter Betts attended both events and covered SMX in the previous blog, “...

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Category:
Global Conferences
Tags:
SEO, SEM, i18n, l10n, website translation, multilingual SEO
Highlights from Search Marketing Expo (SMX) 2011

June 22, 2011 Comments

Earlier this month our own Peter Betts attended Search Marketing Expo 2011 and International Search Summit 2011 in Seattle. In this blog, Peter shares key “take away” messages from SMX, the Search Marketing Expo. Part 2 of this blog focuses on messages from International Search Summit. Search Engin...

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Category:
Global Conferences
Tags:
SEO, SEM, i18n, l10n, website translation, multilingual SEO
What is Neutral Spanish?

June 17, 2011 7 Comments

Many articles or blogs on language translation recommend localizing text to be as specific as possible for your locale. The Spanish language (possibly the world’s third most widely spoken language) is often an exception, due to the broad audience of Spanish speakers spread over several countries and...

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Category:
Language Translation Facts
Tags:
Language, Spanish, neutral Spanish, translation, terminology
How Acrobat X Benefits Post-Translation Review

June 15, 2011 1 Comments

Adobe Acrobat is used in a variety of ways in language translation projects. Perhaps its most common use is to enable specifically annotated PDF files which indicate required changes to documents after the language translation process. Your translation company no doubt uses some form of Adobe Acrob...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Desktop Publishing, source files, PDF, Adobe, Word, Acrobat, DTP, Document Translation, graphic

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