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One of the big issues facing a site owner who has content in multiple languages, is that they need to ensure they have translated all content into all languages.
Missing or or out of date content reflects badly on you …
I’m thinking about building a software as a service (SaaS) platform to support multi language websites, and this post is to judge interest in that platform.
If you are interested in a multi language site but are put off by …
It’s a very over used term, but the money is in the list, but how do you do multi language email marketing?
How can you get the Dollars, Euros, Pounds or Yen from your list when the people on it …
Something happened on my own site here at Web Polyglot, that has highlighted the importance of testing across languages as you initially build your site and as you apply changes over time.
The Angry Spaniard And The Missing Contact…
For the vast majority of us, our website is a marketing tool and we want to generate leads from it for our business.
The main way most people do this is via some sort of contact form, but how do …
Something that is often overlooked in the multi language build process are multi language error messages.
If there is a problem with your site the vast majority of sites report issues in their base language, but how does this convey …