Monthly Archives: December 2011

How WordPress Took The CMS Crown From Drupal And Joomla

According to W3Techs, almost 55% of the 1 million most visited websites that are run on a content management system (CMS) are run on WordPress. WordPress is a darn fine CMS and is stable and easy to use, but so … Continue reading

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Prepare your way to Copywriting Success

This is the first thing you must do to ensure your copywriting is at its best is: Know who your market is. Before you even start writing your copy, you must get to know your target market inside out. First … Continue reading

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Being visible on a budget

Once upon a time a company introduced a new product. They didn’t want their competition to know, so they didn’t advertise or even send out a news release. Sales of the new product were disappointing. The manufacturer was unhappy. What … Continue reading

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Social networking from the perspective of a language professional

This article is not intended to provide an in-depth analysis of the complex social media environment, nor supply language professionals with the ultimate recipe for a profitable use of these new channels. With this article, I wish to present a … Continue reading

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Computer-assisted Translation Tools: a brief review

Two or three decades ago the work tools of a translator included a typewriter and a collection of printed dictionaries, which are not difficult to handle. However, as a result of incredibly rapid progress in the field of electronic hardware and … Continue reading

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