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Burger Localization

As almost every company who sells products or services in multiple countries knows, localization is a very important part of an international marketing strategy. Whether a company decides to localize the language that they use to sell a product or service, or tries to localize the product or service itself, localization is essential to attracting […]

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Trusted Marketing Translations

The translation of marketing material ranks among Trusted Translations’ main linguistic activities. Every day we get requests from customers who are looking to expand their companies’ reach and who therefore need to translate their brochures, PowerPoint presentations or websites. To satisfy this need, Trusted Translations relies on a team of marketing experts, translators who are […]

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Can Language Affect the Way We Think?

Ever since I started to learn a second language, I’ve noticed that when I speak in this language, I feel as if I am taking on another personality. I had always chalked it up to my non-native accent and my occasional uncertainty in this second language, which undoubtedly makes me sound less confident. However, research […]

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The Secret to a Higher Quality Translation

Sometimes, no matter how many translators or editors work on a project, there are mistakes that can slip through the cracks. We are, after all, only human. It is precisely because of this that the systematic, objective eye of technology can play a critical role in ensuring a higher quality translation. The makers of SDL […]

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Trusted Translations at TAUS Santa Clara 2011

The TAUS (Translation Automation User Society) User Conference is an annual event focused on automated and machine translations. This year the conference was recently held on October 6-7 in Santa Clara, right before Localization World 2011. The TAUS User Conference The Conference unofficially started on the 5th with some significant activity on Twitter with hashtag […]

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The Spirit behind the MultilingualWeb Pisa Event

In a previous post, I commented on the outstanding choice of Pisa, Italy as the setting for the most recent MultilingualWeb Workshop: MultilingualWeb and the City of Pisa One of the primary reasons was that the location gave the event a unique essence or spirit, especially in comparison with other translation and localization industry conferences. […]

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