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The world’s second most common first languages

The website MoveHub.com is a hugely useful resource aimed at people who are planning to move abroad. Recently, Move Hub published these interesting infographics showing the second most common first language spoken in each region of the world. Spanish in the southern parts … Continue reading

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5 excellent reasons why you should bother to translate your website

#Reach  If your website is in more than one language, you are automatically increasing the number of potential customers you will reach. By showcasing your company in a number of different major foreign languages, you will capture the attention of … Continue reading

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Should I translate all of my online content?

Internationally operating companies often ask us just how much of their online content they should translate into other languages. Assuming that they have already identified the need for multi-lingual content, we recommend the following steps, which will help turn what … Continue reading

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Web localisation: 4 points to bear in mind (2/4)

This is the second week of our four-part series that focuses on important points to remember when it comes to website localization. Each week we are publishing one point for you to do or to bear in mind early on … Continue reading

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Web localisation: 4 points to bear in mind. (1/4)

The Internet has a global reach, which is a huge advantage for start-ups. Until only a few years ago, only the largest and richest companies could afford to go global. However, the landscape has changed dramatically, and now companies from … Continue reading

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Social media encourages younger generations to donate to charity

According to recent research published by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), younger people are not donating as much as older people born between the wars. If this trend continues, UK charities will face a “donation deficit” as the older, more … Continue reading

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