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The Benefits of Translating Your Website

You’ve probably come across websites with little flag icons on the top right and links to auto-translate their content into multiple languages. They’re actually a great way of making your business more accessible to a global audience through a globalization process, as well as site visitors whose first language isn’t English. The secrets of multilingual […]

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Translating Websites Created Using WordPress

There are two ways to reach the global market: by directly developing local content, or by creating global content subject to further localization. For a powerful marketing tool of mass exposure such as the internet, developing and maintaining up-to-date local content can be a cumbersome task. For sites with a high share of dynamic content, […]

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French to English Translation: A Must for Doing Business in the U.S.

So your company has grown to the point where you’re looking to expand internationally, and the U.S. seems like a good fit for your business. Well, whether you want to hire American employees, collaborate with a U.S. company, or try and sell a product in the States, you’ll have a much better shot at success […]

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How to Translate Your WordPress Website

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Trusted Translations and WPML are partnering up to offer localization of your global web content through an invisible translation pipeline. WordPress is the most popular open-source Content Management System (CMS), with nearly 60% market share and around 75 million websites using its platform, with an equally vast community of contributors demonstrating the power of open-source […]

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More on Geographical Name Conversion: The Process of Translation – Part I

We have explored transliteration and transcription, the first and second methods of geographical name conversion as established by the “Manual for the National Standardization of Geographical Names” by the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names, thus far. Prior to this, we had dabbled with exonymization, the fourth process described by the Manual. Learning […]

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Happy International Translation Day!

Translation is truly an art. When done well, it brings text to life in another language and nothing is “lost in translation”. So, in honor of International Translation Day, we decided to share a few interesting facts about the world of translation: There are more than 7,000,000 people in the world who speak close to […]

Translation for e-learning

Imagine a large organization with locations around the world.  Their corporate culture must transcend into each country.  And much of their success would stem from consistent employee training. One way companies accomplish this feat is through e-learning tools. At a glance, you might think the direct translation of the e-learning modules is the only item […]

Where Do We Obtain Reference Materials for Translations?

Translators must sometimes undertake very specific translations focused on a very technical subject that is of critical importance to a client. In these cases, we must take into account that this client is entrusting us with something that could be crucial to their business or personal life. For example, sometimes we receive manuals for factory machinery or […]

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