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WorldWidePR.net is a PR and marketing company specialising in online promotion. We provide a range of essential bespoke services designed to enhance our clients’ online visibility. 
However beautiful your site is, it doesn’t fulfill its potential if it isn’t being seen. We believe that there are certain steps that have to be taken in order to ensure that your website can gain as much exposure as possible. We have found in reality that, even with well-established and successful businesses, these steps have often been omitted, resulting in wasted opportunity. 
These steps are not difficult – in fact almost anyone could do them if they had the knowledge and the time. The fact is that most people, especially busy people, simply don’t have enough of either. This is where we come in; we have both extensive knowledge and the necessary time. 
We have over twenty years’ experience in online PR and marketing, which puts us at the forefront of website promotion. Over these years, we have developed long term relationships with many of our clients by helping them gain greater exposure online. In this way we have contributed to their success. 
Outsourcing these areas to us, you will be taking full advantage of the investment you made in your website by making it work for you 24 hours a day. You will also save time, money, heartache and perspiration.

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Translations can be a funny thing!

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How robotic and unprofessional translations can really get you in trouble!

The written word is a funny thing. It's a symbol of the sound you make with your voice. Different countries obviously have different sounds for the same object and actions - and that's tough enough, but you can really get into trouble if you only translate robotically (such as with translation machines) or without a proper (and especially professional) understanding of the language you are translating into.

If you are looking to approach foreign markets and need to communicate in a foreign language, then you would do well to take into account the hundreds of hours that you have spend on your marketing campaigns, or the literature describing your product or service. To have this wasted with a poor translation can be an expensive mistake.

Here are some mistranslations which are funny to read, but in a professional context you would not want to be on the other end of your enraged (or perhaps if you are lucky…