You already know that to sell to Dutch customers, it's best to speak their language. It is widely recognized that translating your website is by far the most cost effective way of increasing the client base for your e-commerce site or web application. So, if you're looking to enter into the Dutch market, it makes sense to start with your website.
When you request a quote, we will run an analysis of your website which gives an idea of the total number of words, pages and repetitions on your site. We will send you this report and base our quote on it. Of course, this is completely free of charge.
If you work with a web developer, we can arrange a meeting to agree on the best workflow for all parties. Usually, the developer will deliver seperate folders with web files for us to translate. These are then sent back in the same format and renamed according to the developers' preference. Working this way ensures that uploading the files is quick and hassle-free.
We work with in-country SEO specialists who will localize your search strategy to maximize traffic to your website.
Localization goes one step further than translation - it's about adapting your software or website to the needs and expectations of the target audience. This is considered especially relevant for games providers and online retail businesses, though it is equally beneficial for service providers and any other businesses on the Web, as the adapted content can give your company the edge over the competition.
If you're looking to localize your website, give us a call. We can both create and maintain multilingual websites. Whatever technologies you might be using, we'll find an efficient solution to incorporate the Dutch language version into your design smoothly.
If you would like to discuss your requirements or find out what we can do for you, please give us a call on +31 (0)23 - 2024 723 or email email@example.com.
What our clients say
Very good customer service, quick and clear answers. Production wise - a pleasure to deal with.Diana Voxerbrant
Production Manager Claire de Lune Films