Maximizing ROI on your English-Spanish Translation
One of the most requested services in the language arena involves the translation of English content into Spanish. The main driver behind the demand for this language pair is the desire of companies, organizations and individuals to communicate effectively with the U.S. Hispanic market and the emerging markets of Latin America. At Trusted Translations, we have developed an expertise in this language pair and are considered the leading authority across the industry. Over 500,000 professionals access our content every month to improve or enhance their communications to the Spanish-speaking market.
With over 5,000 linguists specialized in English to Spanish translations, we understand the nuances of each variant of Spanish and will work with you and your organization to select the most effective choice of Spanish vocabulary for your project. This entails analyzing your target audience and discussing the various “types” of Spanish, including neutral Spanish, Latin American Spanish, Spanish for Spain (or Castilian Spanish) and U.S. Spanish. For very specific target markets, you also have the option to translate your content to a country-specific type of Spanish (e.g., Colombian Spanish), such as those listed below.
Understanding Your Target Audience
As mentioned above, it is important to understand your target market and to decide whether you want to localize your content for a specific group or region. Almost every Spanish-speaking country uses certain phrases and terms unique to their region and culture. By using our unique Spanish localization process, Trusted Translations can provide you with an English to Spanish translation that uses neutral Spanish vocabulary that can easily be customized to address a particular market with little additional costs. In order to help you decide whether you want to localize to a particular market, we have analyzed the nuances of each major Spanish-speaking country. Visit our pages below to learn more.
We have translators specialized in localizing Spanish to the following: