We bet your company has an English website, right? But is it multilingual? That question is not always so easy to answer.
You’ve probably heard hundreds of times before that if you’re trying to do business in a particular country, you need to speak their language. That’s of course true, but it goes a little bit further than just that!
There are so many benefits to having a website in different languages. The most important of which is that it’ll help you increase your revenue. Research has shown that customers are up to four times more likely to buy a product or service online, if they can access information about it in their own language. This is because native language content helps customers feel closer and more connected to your brand, and safe in the knowledge that they know exactly what they’re getting.
The other thing is that it’s all well and great having a flashy website, but if your potential customers can’t find you, what’s the point? Consumers almost always search in their native language, and if they’re looking for the best shoes on the planet they can’t possibly live without, you (if you’re a shoe shop owner!) want to be there where they can see you. By SEOing your website in the target language, you’ll drive up traffic, connect with customers, and increase your revenue.
Website translation made easy thanks to our very own Skrapling tool
Website translation is a pretty daunting process, which is why we’ve done all we can to make things that bit simpler. By developing our own special software, we can help you extract your content from your CMS without having to get your IT department involved.
It works by quickly and easily extracting content from your website, allowing you to focus on what you do best. We can even filter out particular types of web pages, such as blog posts or privacy notices, so that only the content that matters to you will be included in our quote.
And if you ever want to change a particular term at a later stage, our tool can map out certain words across your whole website. This means we can help you ensure consistency and accuracy across all of the languages on your website not just now, but whenever you want to make changes in the future.
If this sounds like what you’re looking for, please get in touch for some free advice on website translation. We can even provide you with a quick and easy quote, if you’re curious about how much a website translation will cost.