Lionbridge is proud to partner with John Yunker, President of Byte Level Research to unveil a new report titled: Web Globalization and the Travel Industry: Benchmarking the Best Global Websites.
Join us on May 20th at 11am EST to learn best practices and recommendations for your Travel and Hospitality website. Listen in as Clint Poole, VP of Corporate Marketing, Lionbridge, talks with John about the good, the great and the ‘could be better’. If you are evaluating strategic growth this year in your global digital strategy, register here.
In addition to hotels, cruises, and transportation companies, a new category has been included on DMOs. For more info on Byte Level Research: visit Byte Level Research
The Lionbridge team is excited to announce that our Travel and Hospitality team will be in full swing at IPW this April in beautiful Chicago. We are officially signed on to exhibit in the Partner Marketing Pavilion with good company: BrandUSA,, Trip Advisor , Orbitz Worldwide, Expedia Media Solutions & Miles Partnership.
What an opportunity to network with international travel professionals to make the best impression in every market!
The world’s leading travel and hospitality companies turn to Lionbridge for translation services to fuel their global growth. Here’s why:
If you are in Chicago at IPW, get ready for an intense cross section of business discussions. If you have not signed on, it’s not too late; get started at IPW, powered by USTA. Or contact Jennifer Ledet and Michele Smith to schedule an appointment.
I’m spending this week at the PhoCusWright Conference in Hollywood/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. (I know, it’s tough.)
If you couldn’t make it, here are some next-best-thing resources: Continue reading »
Whether you’re new to the translation and localization process, or have been working on projects for years, it’s important to understand the lingo associated with the language industry, and equally important that you be familiar with the tools used to improve the quality and efficiency of your translation projects.
I’ve already covered some of the terminology (for instance, Some Differences Between Interpretation and Translation, and Translation and Localization, What’s the Difference?), so today I thought I’d talk about Translation Glossaries, and provide you with a link to a fantastic Lionbridge FAQ on the topic. Continue reading »
Think you know your way around global web management strategies? See how many of the following 12 questions you can answer:
I’ve got some horn-tooting to do on behalf of Lionbridge. On a conference call with investors and analysts this morning, we reported – not just good – but record Q3 financial results. The press release is available here, in case you’d like the details, but I can pretty much sum it up by saying, Lionbridge is on fire. Continue reading »
Okay, real quick, I just got done reading about Halloween trips, houses, events, customs and traditions, and quite frankly, I’m a little freaked out. And it occurred to me, maybe you’d like to get a little freaked out, too.
Since this is a work-related blog, you can chalk it up to “work” and not feel guilty for the time you’re about to spend learning about global Halloween customs as well as some seriously scary U.S. travel destinations. Continue reading »
Those of you who’ve read this blog for a while know that three of my favorite things to talk about are travel, China and mind-blowing industry trends. So you can understand why today is shaping up to be a good day for me: I just read that China is on target to be the largest outbound tourist market in the world by the end of 2013 (source: 5 Ways Companies Are Changing To Cash In On The Chinese Travel Boom, International Business Times, September 20, 2013).
I’ll focus on two angles of this today: how some travel companies are tailoring their marketing strategies and operations to reach this audience successfully, and how social media fits in China. Continue reading »
Have you noticed there have been a lot of blog posts and articles about video marketing lately? Everyone has something to say – and the Lionbridge team is no exception! Today I want to kind of get past the “you should be using video in your marketing” message though, and into more of a “you should be measuring your video efforts” message. Continue reading »