Whether you are in the process of international expansion or want to target your local Chinese-speaking consumers, Spanish to Chinese translation is an important step in the growth of your business.
The translation from Spanish to Chinese is, without a doubt, one of the first measures taken by companies when they decide to open up to the international market. And they have a good reason to do it: Chinese is the language used by the most people. In addition, it has almost 1.4 billion speakers as a mother tongue, while around 100 million people speak Chinese as a second language.
More and more Spanish companies are adding Chinese translation to their websites and what is clear is that if your web content or printed marketing is only in Spanish, you will be losing a huge base of potential customers, who will turn to the competition.
Just as the variety of Spanish spoken in each Spanish-speaking country is different, so does Chinese. Whether you want to translate a single document or a whole website, it is vital that you work with a Spanish to Chinese translator who is familiar with the regional characteristics of the target market in terms of vocabulary, expressions or even units of measurement. The translator must be a native speaker of Chinese and comfortable with the original Spanish text that is being translated, which means being able to understand the general meaning of the text, small subtleties and even possible word games. This is especially important in the case of companies that want to transmit the personality of their brand to the Chinese-speaking markets.
The translation, also called localization, of your website, is a crucial step to access new markets, both in Europe and in the United States and even in other continents. Any successful business forms strong professional relationships with its clients, which can be achieved by having a well-written website with which customers can identify themselves. It is important to address the specific country, language is not enough, as each country and region has its own customs and cultural references. By integrating this aspect into your website, you can demonstrate to your customers that you value the user’s experience on your website.
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Only 2% of visitors to a store end up buying a product. This is a fact that would shake the owner of any store and that, often, it is because the user has had a negative experience, which can have very serious consequences on sales. According to a recent study, 25% of online shoppers abandon the purchase because they have difficulty navigating the website and another 13% because prices appear in a foreign currency. These problems can easily be avoided by translating and locating your store appropriately. This involves translating from Spanish into Chinese your product descriptions, metadata (title, descriptions, image tags, etc.), and other web content of your online store. But this is not all. In addition, you will need to make sure that the local currency, Chinese RMB, is displayed on your website, as well as relevant information on taxes, shipping and customer service.
In the digital era, having a website is, without a doubt, a fundamental part of any business. However, we should not ignore the importance of traditional marketing, both in a B2B and B2C context. It is important to translate other types of content, such as brochures, catalogs, business cards, PowerPoint presentations, flyers, packaging and labels. Regional adaptation is especially important in the case of specialized documents, such as user manuals or direct marketing campaigns.
Obviously, your website and corporate catalog are resources that you have to translate, but have you thought about your newsletters, customer service responses and social media posts?
All of them are important communication tools that usually have a great impact on the formation of relationships with customers.
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