Tag Archives: content localization

Are new markets calling you? Tips for scaling your translation program

What’s more exciting than going global? Expanding into a new market is a thrill—and a challenge. Anything can happen on this new frontier. Are you prepared? Scaling your translation program to support globalization is essential. Languages, target markets, content volumes and … Continue reading

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Putting the pieces together for language translation

In some ways, language translation is the most complex project there is when you consider all of the components involved. Whether you’re looking to localize eLearning materials like online classes, an advertising campaign or your corporate website, all of it … Continue reading

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The language of love: When content localization gets emotional

Chocolates. Teddy bears. Pink and red roses. Yes, it is Valentine’s Day – the time of year when our hearts are pulsing with love and emotions are riding high. Anyone who’s ever been in love knows emotions are complex. And … Continue reading

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5 must do tactics for effective website localization

As we discussed in last week’s post, 5 don’ts for global websites, your company’s website is one of the most important aspects of your brand, so when exploring website localization – there’s a lot to consider. While there are several … Continue reading

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2012 not-so-common translation resolutions – Part II

By Angel Zimmerman, COO Last week I shared four not-so-common translations resolutions for every company to take on the new year in style. We hope you agreed and will reference them throughout the year, but we didn’t want to stop … Continue reading

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2012 not-so-common translation resolutions – Part I

By Angel Zimmerman, COO As common nature, the year almost always begins with overwhelming best practice lists to help you take on the new year like never before. If you’re like us, you’re probably getting sick of reading these “new” … Continue reading

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4 more elements to look for in translation services

A few weeks ago we highlighted important things to look for when seeking translation services in our blog post, Making a list, checking it twice: What to look for in translation services. As you can imagine, there are several important … Continue reading

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