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Translation APIs and connectors are tools that can help you connect all your content platforms to ensure a smooth and more efficient localization workflow. If you have multilingual websites or/ and applications that are constantly updated with new content, you...
Are you looking to grow your business globally? Congratulations on taking this big step. Translation and localization are essential to succeed in competitive international markets. If you’re wondering how much localization and translation cost, you’ve come to the...
To use Google Translate for business or not — this is the question. Many companies rely on machine translation or google translate for business to provide content in their customers’ local languages. And while such tools are usually free and can provide you with the...
What’s the point of translating your website if potential users in new markets can’t find it? Multilingual SEO can help you get higher rankings in search engines so that new and current customers from all around the world can enjoy your content. According to...
The video game industry has flourished during the pandemic. While the world economy stalled due to the long lockdowns, the gaming industry immensely profited from these times of social isolation. Source: Experts project that by 2028 the gaming market will reach USD...
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