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7 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Translation Provider

Savvy business owners know that the world is one big marketplace these days, but that doesn’t mean that everybody is clear on how to tap into the vast opportunities beyond their domestic market. One of the keys to unlocking that door is to translate your content, which can provide a significant boost to a company’s […]

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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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Unfaithful Journalism

A while ago we talked about the functionality and faithfulness of translations. We said that, although we must keep a certain faithfulness to our source text, it is often necessary to adapt the target text so that it achieves the desired effect towards the readers. This time, we are going to talk about how journalistic […]

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Gamer Translator

It may not be obvious, but video game localization has become a key factor in developing and commercializing games. Not only do they have an increasing complexity in the amount of content, but we must also take into account the large number of mobile games that are launched into the market non-stop. Translators who are […]

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A Language to Die For

Today, some hidden places still exist where tribes and communities are totally isolated from the outside world. There is very little that is known about them, as far as how their society is organized, their traditions, beliefs, diet, and of course, their languages. Within this group of almost unknown communities there is an extreme case: […]

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