Today’s most successful brands know that when it comes to global marketing, translation is just for starters. Localization is the (not-so-)secret sauce that keeps your international audience coming back for more.
As more and more people around the world join the ranks of Internet users, a multilingual approach will become essential.
Whether you’re a marketing professional or an entrepreneur looking to grow your business, it’s smart to take an international perspective. Here are some bookmark-worthy resources to help keep you informed.
If 2014 had a theme for me, I’d say it was a year of Learning – with a capital L. I did a lot of it, and on many fronts. I learned
They say there’s a social network to suit every style and purpose, and I’ve certainly found that to be true. Not that you have to limit yourself just one network, of course.
Hi folks! Kathrin here. Today, I’m going to describe how I built my own multilingual website, www.verbaccino.com. It wasn’t rocket science, but it did take some patience and a lot of trial and