No more Google Translate! Helping Foreign Companies Break Into English-Speaking Markets
4th February 2018
In English, although it is relatively easy to get your point across, it is extremely difficult to sound like a native. If you are a non-English-speaking native and looking to gain the attention and the trust of English-speaking audiences, you need to communicate in a style of English which really resonates with the people you want to connect with.
You may not realise it, but there is very often a vast difference between English text which has been written by a literate English person as opposed to someone who has learned the language as a foreigner. The difference lies in tone, sentence rhythm, choice of words, grammatical correctness and clichés. It is not enough simply to ‘translate’. UK natives can immediately spot the difference!
We work with companies across the world to develop effective international marketing messages for their brands and optimise their choice of English-language wording to help them stand out.
Working with you, we can help you communicate better with international audiences and give you the same advantages that your UK and USA competitors already have.
We proofread and spell-check for literary errors, making sure the language they adopt is really working for their audiences. We also offer English-language social media, digital marketing, graphic design, web design, public relations (PR), social media and video production services, working as a natural extension to their team.
We have been writing and communicating in English all our lives. So if you are overseas, and looking to take your business to the next level, whether your style is formal, informal, conversational, academic or business-led, we can produce perfect English copy for your brand, aimed directly at your audiences, and advise you on the best methods to get your message across.
If you are from Germany, Austria or Switzerland, you can also download our German-language brochure via the 'Free Glow Resources' bar to the right (or below if you are on the mobile).