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The beauty of mastering/learning a new language

Being able to communicate in a second language can be a privilege, especially when we are in this globalization era. How! Find-out here below in the article why and how learning a new language adds value to your life. Benefits of learning a new language It aids with brain growth…

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Why should you opt for video transcription to impact your campaigns the more?

The idea of needing video transcription sometimes baffles marketers and businesses until they realize; after multiple videos or campaigns, exactly how much they could benefit from having them transcribed. Transcriptions are particularly crucial for longer videos, though it’s important for you to consider leveraging them for all of your video…

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How professional can marketing translation and localization be done?

Majority of companies exploit the chance to take their business across borders with excitement! Unaware of the fact that they’re about to join the infamous rank of international marketing fails. They think they’re taking along plenty of hard-earned know-how from home. But sometimes this all pales in comparison to a…

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Website localization most effective points not to miss

Do you have an urge to expand your brand’s global markets? Website translation is one step not to miss. However, having your website content translated may not achieve you much. That is why it’s vital for you to go past just translation to website localization. Localization is vital to your…

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How to win the African market

Are you a manager or business person and you want to sell your services or products in Africa? Or are you planning on settling on the continent and creating a company? Thanks to the user-friendly online platforms like WordPress and social media, where small businesses and startups can tap the…

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How Geographical Locations Dictate African Translation Services

Africa is 30.37 million km sq making it 14 times larger than Greenland with over 1.2 billion inhabitants who are rich in diversity when it comes to traditions, clothes, culture, food, colour and definitely one we cannot overlook; languages especially when talking of African Translation services and no, Africa is…

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How to Preserve Native Languages through Professional African Translation Services

Did you know that we can actually preserve African native languages through African Translation services? Yes we can because this here means that translations are done into and from these languages thus leaving the original source intact and available for viewing in the archives. Where hate for African Native languages…

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Are African Languages Responsible for Political Uprisings on the Continent?

Finally Saudi Arabia comes out to agree with Turkey that the Saudi Arabia journalist and critic, Jamal Khashoggi was murdered, though allegedly not on the crown prince’s orders. It should be noted that Khashoggi a well-known critic for his country’s vices made News for the past weeks after Turkey claimed,…

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How a Professional African Translations Company introduces your Business to the African Market

As it is, there are franchise branches already existing and still opening up in Africa although they originate from other continents and these include Woolworth, KFC, Pizza Hut and other brands like Colgate, Coca cola, Pepsi if we are to mention the common names in the market. Well, the above…

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Why you need Specialized African Translation Services

While a multilingual might interpret when the need arises for easier communication, there are serious moments when Specialized African Translation Services call it customized interpretation will be needed. This especially in more complex sectors where there’s no room for any kind of mistake as the latter may lead into causalities…