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Zen and the Art of Localizing Code and Content

Your adaptations are natural and often automatic, largely because you know your audience, speak their language, and share a common context. Contrast this with what your company has to do to present its case and sell its wares in markets around the world. It adjusts the offer, the product, the language, the website, mobile apps, SEO, marketing collateral, its way of selling, how it delivers the product, and who supports it.Read More >>

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7 Tips to Help Choose the Best Supply-Side Platform for You

Working with multiple SSPs can be a challenge. Therefore many publishers decide to focus on one unified platform. The vast number of platforms in the market makes it hard to choose which one is the right one for them. How should publishers evaluate the different platforms? Well, it seems that the best ones out there have a few things in common.Read More >>

The Struggle is Real: Localization and Translation at Gilbane

Localization is on the minds of every global enterprise. In fact, according to a new study from SDL and Forrester Research, 68% of companies are running 10 or more sites. And 70% of enterprises support five or more languages. SDL's VP of Technology Solutions, Alberto Andrade, talked to Gilbane Digital Content Conference's audiences about the results of the study and the struggles that these companies face. Read More >>

Taking “Stepes” to Mobilize Translation

"The translation industry is overdue for a major disruption to catch up to the 21st century," according to Marisa Bowers, senior director, global account management at CSOFT. Like everything else related to the mobile web, speed is paramount when it comes to translation, and CSOFT is trying to address that concern with its Stepes product. Read More >>

Machine Learning Helps Content Marketers Hit the Right Emotional Note

Just do it. I'm lovin' it. Diamonds are forever. You know these words in part because they've been very carefully chosen to appeal to audiences. But as Paul Blamire, VP of client experience at Atomic Reach, told an audience at the Gilbane Digital Content Conference, it's about more than the words themselves—it's also about structure, what device people are reading on, and the emotions they evoke when this all works together. According to Blamire, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) can help marketers get the words and their structure right for more people on more devices.Read More >>

New Options and Opportunities With Live Streaming Video

ABC's live streaming of the Republican National Convention via Facebook garnered 11.5 million views, according to Digiday. If a political convention can generate that much engagement, just think of the audience your product or service might be able to attract. You don't need to be a big brand to generate big brand engagement through live video.Read More >>

Global Omnichannel Journeys Require Local Experiences

While delivering content across multiple channels has been a requirement for years, we must now appreciate that customers move across channels and cannot be missed in any of them at any time. Therefore there is no surprise that omnichannel goals are embedded in digital globalization plans, and have become another facet of processes and practices to create global content, and deliver on local experiences.Read More >>

Blockchain: A New Architecture for Digital Content

Blockchain is a distributed ledger system that uses a network consensus to record and execute transactions. It's best known as the platform for the web currency bitcoin, which is currently revolutionizing the financial services industry. However, blockchain has recently drawn wider attention as an increasing number of business leaders recognize that the underlying technology of this transformational architecture can be applied to almost any industry.Read More >>

4 Data-Driven Visuals for Your Content Strategy

An analysis of nearly 350 content marketing campaigns based on data-driven visualizations by Fractl revealed even traditionally dull industries can leverage visual assets, and that more interesting verticals could add some creativity to their content to boost engagement. Here are the four primary data visualizations big brands and publishers alike have leveraged for engagement in niche verticals, and some takeaways for marketers trying to get into this growing trend. Read More >>

The Art of Having a Proactive SEO Strategy

Being proactive in SEO is perhaps the most abstract of the 5 Pillars of SEO. It is also perhaps the most important. The simplest way to think about proactiveness and how it relates to SEO is to always be informed and prepared. Sandra Wallace not only needs to understand her own niche in the RC hobby industry, but she needs to develop an understanding of the SEO industry as well.Read More >>

Bring Personalization Home for the Holidays

Digital marketers who want to see more green and avoid the red on their sales charts, post-Thanksgiving, need to think less about mass appeal and instead stress better brand experiences via one-on-one engagement. In other words, package more emarketing customization to gift-minded shoppers in the form of personalized digital advertising.Read More >>
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