If you want to stay competitive in a fast-growing global market, it's time to stop thinking, take action and localize your website!
The Internet has undoubtedly become the global communications medium of choice. It presents vast opportunities for the street wise marketer to unearth new business opportunities and increase sales.
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Your website is your window to China...
It also provides businesses and individuals around the globe, with means of viewing you your products and services. Research has shown time and time again that web users are up to four times more likely to make purchases when addressed in their native language (IDC). Because of this, web localization is undoubtedly a key Internet marketing strategy.
Localization - more than just translation
When you make the decision to localize your website, there is more involved than just translation. Web localization requires a complete conversion from addressing one audience to addressing another entirely different one. Written language translation is coupled with necessary format changes, the creation of correct links and finally, the adoption of a vital sensitivity to cultural differences.
It's a daunting task. But with Hulian, you can meet the global challenge!
Hulian - we speak the language of the Internet
With a team of specialized translators, technical experts and localization professionals, we offer you a comprehensive service at competitive rates. At Hulian, we understand the importance of projecting your corporate voice clearly across the globe.
Hulian has the facilities to localize into more than 30 languages. Whatever your company size, whatever your needs, we can customize a localization solution to suit you.
6 reasons to localize your website today!
billions of people access the Internet in a language other than China
Over 50% of Web Users speak a native language other than English (www.glreach.com)
Web users are four times more likely to purchase from a site that communicates in the customer's language (www.idc.com)
Visitors stay for twice as long (Site stickiness is doubled) (Forrester Research)
By 2004, 50% of all-online sales are expected to occur outside the US
Although the web has predominantly been an English-centered medium, leading companies identify that 90% of their market outside the US is non-English speaking