Why translating your website is the best thing you can do for your brand?

Connect the world to your website

Myth #1: Website translation is only for big businesses

Many will assume that website translation is for big businesses only. The reasons are usually that their business only targets a single audience anyway, and it’s too early to translate anything into another language.

Myth #2: Translation is expensive

Truth: Website and software translation is more affordable now than ever. With the combination of Machine Translation, Translation Memory and Terminology in your translation management system, the costs are to be less than expected.

Myth #3: The website translation process is too complex

We can agree that some translation projects i.e. software localization may seem complicated and require planning ahead and proper coding to adjust your project to localization standards. However, the truth is, it’s not as complicated as you may think.

Myth #4: Machine translation quality is not good enough

Machine translation (We will dedicate a whole story about this topic.) is prone to mistakes and we often used to point out the embarrassing results and cultural mistakes that happen when you rely solely upon machine translation.

Myth #5: Website translation requires a lot of UI changes

With today’s HTML5 standards, expandable and flexible UI, it’s very likely that your website will require few to zero UI adjustments after you’ve translated your content. With Text United’s Overlay Editor, you’ll be able to see how your website will look like after the translation process is complete.

Website Translation myths busted — it’s time to go global.

Translate your website, increase your sales

Prepare for an international sales boost

Once this is done, you will be able to reach people from South America to Europe. New markets will open up, and your Sales and Marketing departments will thank you for it.



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