We’re combining our 3 lead web services to help your website launch in international markets with a bang.
All good things come in threes – that’s certainly true when it comes to launching your website in a new language and country. Follow these 3 key steps to start seeing results from your website:
Here’s another instalment of our Meet the Team series..and what better day to introduce you all to Ronak than on his birthday! Many Happy Returns…
Ronak joined Web-Translations in June 2010, after completing an MBA at Cardiff University. Originally from Ahmedabad in the Gujarat region of India, he spent several years working as a software engineer before specialising in online marketing.
Ronak is part of the production team, and is responsible for the final stage of our website localisation projects. When we translate a website, it’s important that we optimise and promote it so that our clients gain traffic from non-English markets. This involves a range of tactics, including search engine optimisation, paid advertising, and link building. Ronak’s keen ability for learning is really important, as Search Engine Marketing is a field that is constantly changing.
Impressively, Ronak also recently gained his Google Adwords Professional accreditation, the results of months of hard work.
When not hard at work making websites perform for our clients, Ronak enjoys bowling, watching films and eating out.
Adwords certification is a globally recognized stamp of approval which showcases knowledge of the latest AdWords tools, best practice techniques, and demonstrates the ability to effectively manage pay-per-click campaigns. (more…)
“Web-Translations has been a great help with the multilingual pay-per-click campaigns we have worked on for various clients. The service is really quick and efficient. ”
Sam Gilson – E-Strategy
“We chose Web-Translations for a number of reasons. They are competitive on price and we have an excellent relationship dealing directly each time, which gives me confidence projects are being completed professionally.
For me, it is the simplicity of working with the team. When given complex projects, only sensible questions are asked and I don’t face the hassle of unimportant details. ”
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