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10 plugins to translate your WordPress website

If your business is international or global, having a multilingual website can significantly accelerate the penetration of foreign markets. However, developing new content in additional languages can be tedious and time-consuming. That’s why website owners often use the faster solution of installing translation plugins. Today, we’ll look at the ten most popular WordPress site translation…
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translator's specialisation

Why is the translator’s specialisation important?

Why is the translator’s specialisation important? A translator’s profession is very often associated only with the foreign language – if one can use it fluently, he or she should be able to transfer any kind of text from the source language into the target language. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Translation demands much more…
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Who works in a translation agency?

Services provided by translation agencies are often associated just with the final result of the whole process – a translated text. These connotations are not wrong, but they lack a few elements. You see, the scope of a professional translation agency’s work is much broader. Such agencies are frequently referred to as LSPs – language…
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how to learn polish

How to learn Polish

Let’s face it: Polish has never been a popular choice among second-language students. In fact, Slavic languages have not received much attention from both young and adult learners. There is, of course, a reason for this: Slavic languages are considered to be extremely difficult for English speakers, with Polish being placed high on the list…
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NLP in translation

What is NLP and why does it matter?

What is NLP and why does it matter? Although the translation industry is not the very first thing that comes to mind when you think about modern, intelligent technologies, the fact is, a lot has been happening in this sector lately. NLP is one of the technologies that helps translators work better, quicker and more…
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Multilingual customer service

Multilingual customer service – why do you need it? Customer service has always been a crucial part of the business for any company that desires to be valued. Your company’s attitude towards customers creates a particular image that can strengthen or weaken your business. When it comes to the most high-profile brands and companies, their…
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translate user-generated content

What is user-generated content, and why should you translate it?

What is user-generated content, and why should you translate it? The internet offers many amazing opportunities. We can learn new things, communicate with our friends and family all over the world, gain new skills, and, yes, share our thoughts and opinions. And today, we want to talk about that last aspect of the internet. People…
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Why it’s beneficial to work with an LSP on a regular basis

Why it’s beneficial to work with an LSP on a regular basis Companies operating in the international market, providing services to foreign clients, or just thinking about cross-border expansion should think about permanent cooperation with a language service provider (LSP). Why do we say so? Why is it beneficial to work with a translation agency…
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5 things you didn't know about Polish

5 things you didn’t know about Polish

Today, we want to leave translation for just a brief moment and concentrate on our beautiful (although extremely complex to master!) language. Polish, like any other language, has its secrets and interesting facts that you’ve probably never heard of before. Today, we want to reveal at least some of these facts. Let’s take a fascinating…
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Why do international companies invest in Poland?

According to AmCham’s report published in December 2021, in 2010-2018, the value of assets held by companies with foreign capital operating in Poland increased by 70%, reaching 415 billion USD. The main foreign players on the Polish market are Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom and France. Together, companies from these markets represent almost…
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