1.06. Chinese language on the internet

The Chinese language is the one of the most confusing subjects to resolve in publishing / selling on the Chinese market.

There is a balance to be found between keeping your internet site looking foreign in appearance, Chinese presence in the search engines (Chinese and international), and time and cost in translating and maintaining your internet site(s).

For more information please see: Chinese SEO and Chinese Language on the internet

Subject Action Recommended Proirty Checked?
Language translation options: Do Nothing Low  
Create an additional information page in Chinese to your exiting internet site Medium  
SEO data translation High  
Joint headings translation High  
Add Search engines results page (SERP) to webmasters in Chinese Low  
Multi-media translation e.g. Sub titles etc. Medium  
Key products and services translation Medium  
Create a marketing website and point it back to your local internet content Low  
Fully translate your website Low  

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