Join me in reinventing the translation industry

I’m happy to be participating in the upcoming TAUS event: Reinventing the Translation Industry. This virtual event, taking place June 8-18th, poses the question: What will be the state of the translation industry in the summer of 2021? Following the scenario-based …

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Coming in February: The 2020 Web Globalization Report Card

For those of you keeping track, this is the 16th edition of this report. Thanks to everyone who has supported it all these years! More soon… TweetShareShare

1,000 languages: The world’s most multilingual website

The Jehovah’s Witnesses announced today that its website reached 1,000 languages, an impressive achievement. The release notes: On November 4, 2019, jw.org, the official website of Jehovah’s Witnesses, reached an unprecedented translation milestone—it now includes articles, videos, and audio content available …

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The top 25 websites from the 2018 Web Globalization Report Card

I’m excited to announce the publication of The 2018 Web Globalization Report Card. This is the most ambitious report I’ve written so far and it sheds light on a number of new and established best practices in website globalization. First, here are …

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WordPress reaches 50 languages as it expands into India

This blog began more than a decade ago when WordPress was available in English only. WordPress is now available, fully translated, in 50 languages, in impressive achievement. https://wptavern.com/polyglots-team-experiences-record-annual-growth-expands-wordpress-reach-to-millions-with-new-translations One of the latest languages to be added is Gujarati, an Indian …

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Wikipedia and the Internet language chasm

When talking about language diversity across the Internet, I like to include a visual that illustrates the language leaders of the Internet: This chart is based on data from the 2014 Web Globalization Report Card. English (US) is not counted. …

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