Website Localization in 8 Languages
Full Website Translation, Optimization, and Creation
Website Translation & Localization:
Whether you intend to create a multilingual micro-version of your website or wish to translate its entire content, the scope of our work goes way beyond cultural correctness and language accuracy. In fact, our translators work hand-in-hand with our multilingual SEO technicians during the development of your project. As a result, more than just mere translations, we deliver search-engine-friendly keyword-enriched texts profiled for priority rankings eligibility on multilingual search engines abroad.
As a multilingual SEO company, our primary focus is to deliver culturally and semantically accurate translations while aiming to maximize organic-rankings of targeted foreign-keywords.
We excel in industry specific translations: for all of the languages which we offer, we have built a network of certified translators, each one specialized in a distinct business field. Regardless of the challenge of the terminology involved (medical, manufacturing, tourism etc..), we guarantee the language accuracy of our work.
What Is Website Localization?
Website Localization refers to the process of fully or partially translating a website while optimizing it according to foreign search engine rules and regulations. In order to appear on foreign search engines, you need to ‘localize’ your website which includes translation by native speakers, adapting the language charset, foreign encoding, keyword research, and SEO. By featuring an optimized website in foreign languages, you maximize the potential exposure of your company on foreign search engines (the Chinese Baidu, the French Google, the Japanese Yahoo, the Swiss-German Google, etc).
Featuring a website simply in English limits your company to English speakers and English search engines, which only accounts for approximately 25% of online user marketshare. In order to be eligible to rank on foreign search engines you need to have your website featured in different languages, either your entire website or partially. For example, an English-only website cannot appear on Google.fr (the largest search engines amongst French online users) which represents 96 million online users.