What we do
Social Media Translation
Our team can translate social postings into English from other languages, or from selected foreign languages, into English. All translations are done by mother-tongues of the end language.
Launched a foreign language version of your website, but want someone who understands SEO to put in place onsite SEO? Or are you launching your English version and need SEO that reflects your current site’s approach. We can help.
Want someone you can trust to manage your foreign language versions? With us you can ensure your message is being translated correctly, keeping your tone and style coherent between languages.
Having originally been an SEO agency, amongst other digital services, we realised that as the world grows evermore globalised, companies wanted to connect with their audience more directly too. And that meant launching websites in their own languages.
This can sometimes be a tricky endeavour, employing a freelancer 1000 miles away, and trusting them to understand your message, and keep the right tone for your business.
So we decided to make it easier, and launch translated social media services - we'd keep the standard social media practices that served us well, but do it in another language. For some we'd just translate content direct for a client, and others we would engage more in response to the local variations.
Our approach takes the hassle out of targeting new markets. Get in touch to find out more.
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