Feature Friday: How to Order Content in Multiple Languages

How to Order Content in Multiple Languages

Does your target audience speak Spanish? French?

Today Scott explains how you can order content in multiple languages.

We’ve had a lot of companies come to us recently requesting original content in multiple languages. This video shows how you can get just that.

Nissa Wallace

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Helping manage over 15,000 clients from over 80 countries, Nissa works with the customer success team at Crowd Content. Her goal is to help clients create unique and relevant content for their digital strategy. Originally from a small town in the mountains, Nissa moved to Vancouver Island to satisfy her curiosity about sociology, and complete her degree in it. When she takes a break from clients and content, Nissa spends time with her partner and her dog, Tickle. She also loves to embroider, paint and draw.

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    Quinn Evans says:

    I think this is great. A lot of bilingual writers are out there, particularly with English/Spanish. I don’t often get Spanish requests, but if I did, I’d be excited about it; that education needs to be used!

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      Earl Dotson says:

      Of course. What’s the point of going through the effort of learning a foreign language if you never get to show it off?

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    This is a great opportunity for both content buyers and writers who have the ability to write in another language. Unfortunately I am not bilingual, and will need to stick to writing content in English.

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      I see so many job opening for translators and foreign-language writers, but alas, I am not to be one of them. My Spanish is pretty shameful.

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        I know, mine too. I wish I paid more attention in Spanish class. I took three semesters in College, but I could never get it to really stick.

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