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  • http://blog.esimplestudios.com Gabriele Maidecchi

    Ethnic marketing is important since long before Facebook mattered so much.
    Optimizing your website not just for specific local languages, but also for navigation behaviors of particular type of users (like the ones reading from right to left for example, looking for more relevant information on their right instead of their left) is something that comes to my mind.
    Of course it’s not always worth it, but the “social age” will bring this necessity high on the priority list once again.

  • http://www.aplustranslations.com/en translation to Simplified Chin

     
    “How many Chinese letters are there?” is another question I hear a lot. The answer is that there aren’t any Chinese “letters” – Chinese uses “characters,” and there are many thousands of Chinese characters used in modern Chinese. Most modern Chinese words consist of two characters, but there are also words with just one character or with three or more characters.

  • http://learnhindithroughenglish.com/ Learn Hindi through English

    Well, that’s certainly correct. How facebook become a worldwide phenomenon was really amazing and I never thought that I’ll be using facebook as my main social media account to share thoughts to my friends.
     

  • Laurianne

    I can’t believe English speaking internet only accounts for a quarter of global usage, I would have thought it was much more! I suppose this makes translation services even more important for emerging companies.