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Introduction

In their preferred languages. When organizations neglect to offer them culturally relevant website experiences, these customers are likely to jump ship … often into the competition’s waiting arms.

The solution to this challenge is website translation. Localizing the powerful, persuasive customer experience of your origin website signals to multilingual customers that you’re committed to their market, and their needs.

But website translation is much harder than it might appear. These projects typically generate large and ongoing demands for internal time and resources. They also require significant linguistic skill, technical expertise and heavy operational management.

Most businesses don’t have that kind of extensive expertise in-house. So they investigate outsourced solutions such as website translation vendors.

These businesses specialize in solving the linguistic and technical challenges of website translation, often leveraging streamlined processes, automation and software to craft and manage localized content. The best vendors also provide UX optimizations and other capacities to attract customers to their translated sites and keep them coming back.

But finding the right website translation vendor requires its own kind of fluency in website technologies, translation workflows, international SEO, linguistic and graphic-design best practices, translation pricing and more.

Website Translation Technologies

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

  • Will the solution’s technology play nicely with my website’s technology stack?
  • How will it perform when I inevitably want to redesign my website, or migrate to another CMS?
  • Can it handle my translation needs beyond my website, such as localizing social media posts and smartphone apps, or support off-site revenue streams such as virtual marketplaces?
  • How streamlined and timely is the content translation and publication process?
  • You’ll also want to define the project’s scope, which informs decisions about your translation needs. Consider questions like: Should you translate your company’s website only, or will you need other content translated such as documents and omnichannel assets? Or will you need a combination of both?

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Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

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Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

Website Translation Technologies

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

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Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

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Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

Website Translation Technologies

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

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  • Long list of data
  • The Data does not stop

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Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

Fourth Setion of Pillar Content

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

This is the Third Section

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

Fourth Setion of Pillar Content

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

This is the Third Section

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

Fourth Setion of Pillar Content

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

This is the Third Section

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

Fourth Setion of Pillar Content

Newcomers to website translation are often surprised by how complex it can be, mostly because they underestimate the effort required to manage translation processes and workflows. More significantly, they often don’t know about the countless technical challenges that must be overcome to identify and collect translatable content. It’s really tough to publish translated text online on an ongoing basis, too.

And here is more content. What do you think about that?

If there’s a shortcoming at any point in these technologies or processes, the translated site may fail to operate, or could display a “mixed language” experience (in which untranslated content is visible along translated content, which is often a sign of bad content-detection technologies or unacceptably slow translation SLAs). Both of these scenarios irritate multilingual customers—and can send brand credibility and website conversions into a tailspin.

 

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