What exactly is NLP?
Jul 02, 2022 | Translation services
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Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a set of tools that can greatly impact your success in life. If you're unfamiliar, NLP is the study of how people learn, communicate and change behavior patterns. It's commonly used in business to help individuals interact better with customers and coworkers. If...
Localization Strategy: do you even need it?
Jul 02, 2022 | Multilingualism
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Localization has become an essential element of a successful digital campaign. In fact, 75% of internet users worldwide use search engines to find information in their own language and 60% prefer to do business with a company that uses their own language. Despite these numbers, it seems...
The importance of close captioning
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What Is Closed Captioning? The term "closed captioning" refers to any method of displaying text on a television, video screen or other visual display to provide additional or interpretive information. This can include either a transcription of the dialogue or descriptions of non-dialogue audio content as well...
How to Make Chinese Learning Enjoyable
Jun 07, 2022 | Multilingualism
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Many people choose to study Chinese not just because they are interested in acquiring a good knowledge of China and Chinese culture, they also consider China an ideal destination for career development. Despite the fact that Chinese is one of the most difficult...
The Rise of Corporate E-learning Translation
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In today's knowledge-based work environment, the learning curve of an individual is greatly influenced by his or her capacity to understand and apply new knowledge. With the rise of global corporate e-learning, more and more companies are realizing the importance of imparting new skills and techniques to...


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