Ways To Translate Your Website Import/Export To China

Ways To Translate Your Website Import/Export To ChinaAs you know, the import/export trade to China is an international business.  It is truly a global market.  How do you reach the global market? You do it through your website.  If you want to be part of the global market, greatly increase your reach in the market, and show higher business profits, you can do it by translating your website into multiple languages.

There are hundreds, thousands, or possibly even millions of people searching the web each day looking for exactly what you have to offer.  A large number of them don’t speak English.  Even if they do speak English, it may not be their native language.  Research has shown that people who surf the net looking to buy are more likely to stay on a website and purchase from that site, if it is in their native language.  It makes sense that they would appreciate someone who has created a site that is easy for them to understand.

There are two main options to choose from when deciding how to translate your site and make it truly an “international” site.

  1. Free Online Translation Tool—Tools are available such as Google Translator or Google’s automatic website translator.  They allow you to code your website so the user just has to click on a button and the text is translated on the page.  These tools are easy to use, but the translation isn’t always 100% accurate.  The automatic website translator doesn’t create pages that are indexed by search engines to gain additional traffic.
  2.  Human Translation Services—Because of the risk of translation inaccuracy of free online tools, many companies turn to a human-translation service such as Translated.net.  These give more accurately translated websites, and will translate your website at an affordable price. Human translation services will even translate documents or software for you.

    These services will give you a free online estimate of translating the website content you want to be translated.  The process is simpler than you think.  These translation companies are usually flexible and have the ability to translate files in a variety of different formats, including HTML, XHTML, JAVA, CSS and more.

    All you have to do is to transfer the source files to the translation company, wait for it to be translated, and then receive them back once they’re completed.  When you receive them, they are ready to be uploaded to your website.  It doesn’t get much easier, because the translation service does most of the work. They can even optimize your website to improve search engine ranking as well.

    Translation services charge by page or word, and some fees vary due to the language translated into.  The top 15 languages used when translating your website, usually include Mandarin, English, Spanish, Hindustani, Arabic, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Bengali, Russian, Italian, Japanese, German, Korean, Punjabi, and French.  There are other languages available, of course.

It may sound like a lot, but entering the global market requires that your site be able to be read around the globe.  In order to do so, and attract a much larger piece of the international trade pie, you should have your site translated.


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