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News about translation, interpreting, intercultural communication, terminology and lexicography - as it happens
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Google Wants to Help You Forget Your Password - Forbes

Google Wants to Help You Forget Your Password - Forbes | Metaglossia: The Translation World | Scoop.it
In the not-too-distant future, consumers may no longer need to view Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) password support page, which explains the various ways that users can adjust their login settings.
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Creative Translation Blog | i-iter

Creative Translation Blog | i-iter | Metaglossia: The Translation World | Scoop.it
Eugenia Loffredo and Manuela Perteghella, who both have connections to the university where I work (the University of East Anglia), have started a new blog on translation.This is how they describe it:...
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On-Page Optimization for Multilingual Sites

On-Page Optimization for Multilingual Sites | Metaglossia: The Translation World | Scoop.it
On-page optimization is a crucial step in your multilingual SEO campaign. Here’s how spending a little extra time optimizing your keywords, organizing your domain and URL, titles and meta tags will help give your site an edge over the competition.
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10 Reasons why readers don’t visit your blog again | Blogger Sentral

10 Reasons why readers don’t visit your blog again | Blogger Sentral | Metaglossia: The Translation World | Scoop.it

This article is a great little tool to use, to judge whether your blog is scaring readers away. Each numbered item contains a number of criticisms that a person reading your blog may make.
Read each paragraph and pay attention to each comment made in each sentence, and ask yourself, “Could someone make this comment about my blog?” Some paragraphs may only have one comment/sentence that you think applies to your blog, where other paragraphs may be stuffed with criticisms that may apply to your blog.

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