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How to Measure ROI on Your Website Localization Efforts

  • February 19, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Optimizing a website for different countries and cultures can often prove to be lucrative. Business owners need to do more than just translate their content in other languages, though. Website visitors want custom, local content that resonates with them. This is where localization comes in. Localization enables business owners to adapt content for different locales […]

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Understanding the Background of Machine Translation

  • March 15, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Many people have turned to computers to translate text in other languages. This can be a quick and effective way to translate information. Travelers may rely on their phone or apps to communicate with locals in another language. While results through using this technology are often fast, they are not always reliable. Machine translation has […]

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Earth Day Celebrations Around the Globe

  • March 18, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Be Part of Earth Day Global Celebrations Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22. This is an important day that raises awareness about the environment and the global commitment to make the planet better. Understanding how this day was established and how it helps connect people across the globe in a shared […]

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Get the Competitive Edge Through Translation Services in Retail

  • March 18, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

In today’s global world, the retail industry is becoming increasingly competitive. Retailers are looking for new ways to adapt their brand to fit local markets. The practice of adapting content and graphics to fit as specific regions, as know as, localization is often the solution they seek. Retail localization is the act of creating a […]

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MadCap Flare Proves Itself as a One-Stop Shop

  • April 1, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

MadCap Flare can be an ideal tool for global publishers when leveraging content across multiple platforms. With this versatile software, edits and translations can be made in one platform and the content can be delivered to multiple devices in different formats and languages. Effective Use of MadCap Flare With MadCap Flare, content can be imported from other popular […]

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Efficacy of Netflix as a Language Learning Tool

  • May 16, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

One of the myriad reasons for people to learn foreign languages is that it leads to an enhanced understanding of other cultures and their perspectives. This, in turn, fosters friendship and trust that transcends other differences. However, fewer students in English-speaking countries are learning a second language and only 7 percent of college students across the United States are […]

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Beware of Scams in Translation and Localization Services

  • May 30, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Just as in any other industry, scammers exist in the localization and translation industry too. They create trouble among real translators and translation agencies with their fraudulent activities. Types of Scams Translation agencies and translators should be aware of the several types of scams in the industry and how to avoid them. CV (Curriculum Vitae) […]

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The 4 Biggest Hurdles for Global Brands

  • May 30, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

The idea of international marketing brings about some tremendous challenges for agencies that serve global brands. Finding a way to connect a product or service with an international market is complex enough. However, it can also be a challenge to manage the process of international marketing. These challenges are issues that global agencies frequently face. […]

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Microsoft Certifies Dynamic Language as a Secure Supplier Through SSPA Program [Press Release]

  • June 18, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Seattle, WA – Dynamic Language’s security policies and practices were found to be compliant with Microsoft’s Supplier Security and Privacy Assurance Program (SSPA) on May 20th, 2019. This certification wraps up a 5-month engagement with the Peterson Sullivan LLP team and solidifies Dynamic Language as a supplier for Microsoft and other enterprise-level organizations for whom […]

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Social Media Localization: Be Careful of Cultural Differences

  • June 28, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Social media and content marketing are two important channels that have reinvented the way brands think about international marketing. Thanks to the rise of social and content marketing, businesses can now easily interact with prospects all over the world. The development of the social platform has been an overwhelmingly positive one for companies looking to […]

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Easiest Foreign Language for English Speakers to Learn

  • July 9, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

It is no surprise that some languages are easier to learn than others — just ask any high school student who chose to learn Spanish over Arabic, or French over Mandarin Chinese. But, how much easier are Spanish and French relative to Arabic and Mandarin? And why is there a difference in the first place? […]

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The Importance of Food Label and Packaging Translation

  • July 25, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

The globalization of business and the rise of e-commerce has made it possible for anyone with internet access to buy and sell goods worldwide. Thanks to a variety of online sales platforms, entrepreneurs can connect with consumers in all sorts of markets without investing a fortune in marketing and distribution. Unfortunately, many of the individuals […]

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Medical Document Translation: Advantages and Disadvantages

  • August 1, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Low-cost travel and advances in technology have allowed people to seek medical care and treatment in other countries. Healthcare professionals and patients rely on translated medical documents to communicate with each other. Medical Translation Medical translation is a highly specialized field due to the technical and sensitive nature of documents. It is important, whether it is for […]

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Chatbot and Localization—Is It Right For Your Company?

  • August 13, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

What if you had a way to convert more leads right now? Consider this finding from CSA Research: 75% of consumers prefer to purchase products in their own language. You simply can’t ignore data like this. But with over 6,900 languages in the world, how do you offer multilingual customer service in a manner that’s […]

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5 Steps to Success When Using Conference Interpreting

  • August 28, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Conference interpreting is important for any kind of organization that holds events or seminars and needs to be understood by people of all different cultures. However, if you do not properly plan your conference interpreting services, you may run into some trouble during your event. These five steps outline how to get the best results […]

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The Profound Impact of International Students at US Universities

  • September 16, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

International students are studying at American colleges and universities at a higher rate than ever before. With the increasing globalization of the world, international students have a profound impact on colleges and universities across the globe. They help shape culture and curriculum while providing a unique perspective that benefits everyone in the classroom. Benefits of […]

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The Dangers of Using Children as Their Parents’ Interpreters

  • September 26, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Migrants dream of a better life for themselves and their family in a new country. However, the process of transition is never easy. New residents of the United States, no matter their country of origin, previous financial standing or educational level, all have issues to deal with as they adapt to a new life. Parents […]

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Language Access: An Essential Component of Every Disaster Plan

  • October 15, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

More than eight percent of the population, or 25 million US residents over the age of five, have limited English proficiency (LEP). This can be deadly in the midst of a disaster. Whether there is time to prepare, as in the case of a hurricane, or the crisis is completely unexpected, like an earthquake, access […]

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5 Best Practices for Software Localization

  • November 5, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Successful software localization is important for companies who want their applications to be accessible for new target markets. For companies that develop software and are looking to start the localization process, the primary focus must be on the implementation of localized source code, or how easily it can be adapted for local markets with minimal […]

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Lost in Translation: Communicating with Non-English Patients

  • November 25, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Medical information can be challenging for an outsider to understand at times. The challenge is even greater for those who do not speak English or have limited proficiency in English. Despite federal regulations requiring language access services and evidence showing the impact of language barriers on the quality of patients’ healthcare. It is apparent that […]

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Top International Travel Tips and Tricks

  • December 9, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

It does not matter how often one travels locally. International travel, while fun, is a little daunting due to new customs and several regulations. Here are some of the top international travel tips and tricks to help one have a safe and enjoyable trip when traveling abroad. Getting the Cheapest Price for Flight International travel […]

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Translation & Interpreting Services for Global Manufacturers

  • December 16, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Many manufacturers today are multinational corporations with specific needs for translation and interpretation services at many levels. Translation and Interpreting Services for Global Manufacturers help facilitate communications between team members, sales presentations, product specs, and negotiations. Business comes to a screeching halt when communications problems exist. For this reason, it is important that global manufacturing companies are […]

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Mistakes to Avoid When Translating Packaging for Retail

  • December 30, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

As the story goes, shortly after Coca-Cola first entered the market in China, they had to change their brand name since the syllables of the name literally translated to, “Bite the Wax Tadpole” in Chinese. This story raises an important issue. If you are not careful when translating your brand’s packaging for a new market, […]