If you’re not yet ready to go full-blast on Chinese website translation, investing in an attractive, compelling Chinese landing page can be your first step.
For a hassle-free experience, here’s a checklist on how to get it right on Chinese translation projects and save more money.
A well-optimized Chinese website, aside from the translation and localization of content, also includes SEO best practices and social media APIs.
Do you have a Chinese e-commerce website and would like to increase your revenue? Here are the five best practices in Chinese website localization.
Do you have a significant number of visitors from China? Maybe it’s about time to get more exposure to Baidu and basics of Chinese SEO.
The luxury market in China is growing and there are developing trends on how global companies engage with their Chinese customers. Find out how they do it.
One of the most frequently asked questions in our industry is this: how much does Chinese mobile app localization cost? Here are some of the estimates.
Have you noticed the differences between the western and Chinese websites especially on layout and designs? These will give you hints on localization strategies.
Linguistics, specialization, and cultural aspects help us understand why Chinese translation is difficult and you need professionals to do it for you.
Here are the five key features of CAT Tool to help clients save money on Chinese translation projects. Read more and find out.
When in China, you don’t ask a new-found friend for her Facebook account or email. Ever wondered what are the popular platforms good for everyday use?
Get to know CAT Tool & why smart clients need to ask agencies how they compute Chinese translation projects. This will make you appreciate more of its use.