We’ve spent two months working from home, withstanding the current situation and adjusting to this new context. Finally the time has come to get to work and grow again. You’ve set new objectives for your business and it’s time to apply them.
At BigTranslation we work exclusively with professional translators and native speakers of the target language for our translations. Why?
Each day, a million new users access the Internet for the first time. The multicultural nature of this phenomenon has relieved English of its ‘de facto language’ status on the Internet.
During 12th and 13th of March, BigTranslation headed to Barcelona. The mission? To publicise our technological platform to help the attendees of the eShow, which was held in Barcelona, to internationalise their businesses.
If your ecommerce already sells in other markets, or it’s something you’ve got on the horizon, you know the importance of high-quality translation for your website. Translations carried out by native speakers can be the key to the successful internationalisation of your business.
The arrival of the Internet has marked a turning point for the media, and they have had to adapt to a completely new reality.
It is true to say that this change has brought with it some disadvantages, but it has also brought good things. In contrast to the times of printed news, today the media can reach people anywhere in the world and, if their content is translated into various languages, then so much the better. Read more “Translation for media and blogs: all you need to know”
We continue in our journey within the universe of the much praised WPML plugin, the WordPress translator. Now that you know what you can expect from this complete tool, we will show you how to handle it, from its installation to its configuration, which you’ll find to be very simple and intuitive. Let’s get to work!