08 Sep/16

How does website translation really work?

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How does website translation really work? – EVS Translations

Before you venture into the world of website translation, you should ask yourself these three questions:

  • Are you a small or medium-sized enterprise that wants to have its website translated into another language?
  • Do you use one of the conventional content management systems such as TYPO3, WordPress, Contao, Joomla, Drupal, WebsiteBaker or Redaxo?
  • Do you want to use your website to generate more sales?

If you have answered “yes” to all three questions, then read on.

If you are not currently interested in additional business, you are missing out!

Globalisation does not stop at small and medium-sized businesses.
SMEs are becoming increasingly aware that their websites need to be translated into more languages in order for them to remain competitive.

Whether you are a shoe store in London wanting to serve customers in the Asian, Arabic and Russian markets or an English school that wants to help Arabic-speaking customers obtain English knowledge, the possibilities are endless.

However, these companies often do not have the time to tackle this huge task.

That is why it is advantageous to work with a translation company, which not only translates the website, but also imports the translated content to the CMS and exports the content from the website itself at the beginning of the process.

If you are looking for this kind of complete solution, then EVS Translations is the right company for you.

You will be assigned an experienced web engineer, who will provide you with support from the beginning to the end of the process.
We will also be glad to demonstrate to you that this service does not have to cost the earth.
For a consultation, call EVS Translations UK today on 0115 934 5004 or EVS Translations US on 0404-523-5560. Or click here for our full portfolio of services.

If you want your newly translated website to appear in the organic search results of a search engine, then read our blog entry on SEO translation.