Multilingual Web Sites can prove a boon and increase the leads & business by more than 100%. We build & convert websites in French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Dutch, Danish, Russian, Portuguese, Norwegian, Finnish, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, Polish, Vietnamese, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Bengali & others.
Here an important point must be included. Going multilingual does not mean simply using a device translation to convert your British material. You are better off remaining British. Converting is all about localizing the material to entice regional viewers.
This can only be done by knowledgeable regional linguists who know the public and public qualifications of the viewers you are focusing on. This will include analysis and preparing and choosing a excellent organization to make your web page multilingual will withstand that you get a excellent ROI.
We can translate any HTML or CMS website and make it multilingual. We have created easy to setup and configure extensions for the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) like Joomla!, WordPress and Drupal.
If you have a different CMS or just a static HTML website we can convert it to multilingual website Your site can be written in any programming language including PHP, ASP, .NET (C#) and hosted on any web-server.
Our inhouse team can convert your existing website having
- CMS Websites
into similar multilingual website using native speakers.
Why should you have Multilingual Website?
Out of many advantages of Multilingual websites, some are listed below:
Shift Away from English Internet Users
The Internet began as an English speaker's invention and as a result was dominated by English speaking users and sites. However, times are changing. With the growing numbers of people buying PC's and home Internet access is available across different parts of the world.It makes multilingual websites as an essential requirement, for interaction among people who understand different languages other than English.
Cost Effective Marketing Tool
A multilingual website in the grand scheme of things is probably one of the most cost effective ways of marketing any company, capturing new users, building relationships with new clients and giving brands an international outlook.
Ultimately what a multilingual website brings is new customers. By having your site accessible to potentially thousands of people you are showcasing your company across the globe. For non-English speaking users looking for your product or service, one can automatically capture their attention through the multilingual website.
With every language added to a website there is the potential for manifolds in sales. So, multilingual websites can be considered as one of the many ways to increase sales with little investment.
Customer-Centric and Keep up with competitors
A multilingual website demonstrates one is thinking about the customer. That little extra effort shows you have thought and cared enough about them to offer the website in their language. To get the competitive advantage in today's environment you need to think outside the box and multilingual websites can create wonders.
For many cultures there is an issue of trust when it comes to buying over the internet, especially if they feel it is in a language they are not fully proficient in. Offering them a language alternative allows the customers to feel secure in the fact they know what they are buying, how and who from.
To get the competitive advantage in today's environment you need to think outside the box. Many businesses try to differentiate themselves from their competitors. Look at your competitors - if they have multilingual websites then why don't you? If they don't, then why not lead the marketplace and establish your company or brand abroad before they do.
Shows International Nature
Image is everything. A multilingual website demonstrates you think, work and deal internationally.
Search engines lead people to your site. In countries such as China, Japan and France, Google, Yahoo and MSN are not the default search engines. Home grown search engines are emerging and they are proving successful because they work in native languages and are focused on the habits and needs of their users. Such search engines are a key to tapping those markets and unless they have access to a particular language through your multilingual website then you will not be found.
At present the multilingual website is still in its early stages, with mostly large multinational companies using them to secure an international foothold. However, the trickle down effect will naturally occur and the multilingual website will become part and parcel of an internet presence.