Let’s imagine the following situation. You’re a dedicated blogger, writer or business owner. You are breaking your neck for your small company. It’s not easy. It takes hard work to keep your business up and running. Bills are piling up and you struggle every month to see some profit.
If only there was a way to expand your market without spending all your company’s budget…
Have you considered translating the content on your website?
Spanish, for example, is the official language in more than 20 countries. It is the second language with more native speakers in the world. That means a total of approximately 460 million people who speak Spanish.
You should also know that, even though English seems to be the chosen language for international speakers, not many Spanish speakers can understand English. Did you know that Spain is not even within the top 10 countries of Europe with a good level of English?
On the other side of the ocean, Latin American countries rank quite low in the list of countries with good command of the English language.
By translating your content/brand/blog/products, you will be reaching out to one of the largest populations in the world. More than 20 countries have Spanish as their official language! And the good news is that, although there are variations, all Spanish speakers can understand each other.
So, why would you want to translate your content?
- You’ll stand out from your competitors.
- You’ll be able to expand to foreign markets.
- You’ll increase your profit.
Are you an NGO or a scientist?
You’ll get to help and inspire millions of people in the world just by spreading your message in a different language.
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Hi there! I’m Ariadna, from ariadnatranslations.com
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