Although translation and interpretation are closely related and the terms are sometimes used interchangeably, they are different and are rarely performed by the same person. Even bilingual people cannot always express themselves the same way in both of their languages.
Learn how having a professionally translated Spanish website can benefit your business!
Literal translation can often lead to misunderstandings, but with the right English to Spanish translator, they can translate context along with content.
With translating software, the word database is created from existing online translations. Because these translations can come from pretty much anywhere or anyone there is no quality control for what is grammatically correct.
Over 60% of YouTube views come from a non-English speaking audience, many of whom are native Spanish speakers. Are you optimizing your YouTube videos to reach this global audience? Here are four ways you can reach the Spanish-speaking audience on YouTube.
Hiring a professional English to Spanish translation service can help you improve many aspects of your business. See the five reasons you should resolve to professionally translate business documents to Spanish in 2018.
With the rise of the US Hispanic population (and the equally rapid rise of their buying power), companies that do not yet offer a Spanish-language version of its website is less profitable and losing the competitive edge. Owner and head translator, Elsa Jimenez, outlines the 7 reasons why having your website professionally translated to Spanish is so crucial.
There’s a reason we refer to the wording in legal documents as “legalese” – it can seem to be a language in it itself! Therefore, it’s no surprise that translating legal documents from English to Spanish can come with its own unique set of challenges.
Some social media managers use online translation applications and websites, but these can lead to risky miscommunications and cultural insensitivities. Instead, here are three major benefits to getting a native Spanish-speaker to translate your social media posts.
There are an estimated 37 million Spanish speakers residing in the United States. This makes Spanish the second most popular language in the country. For many of these native Spanish speakers, English as a second language. Therefore, it’s important to offer business documents that are translated into Spanish.