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Is Your Website Lost in Translation?

The "language of business" is based around the common denominator of currency. Business decisions are made on whether that currency will make you more currency, cover your expenses and leave enough for expansion. But in today's atmosphere of global trade, the language of business has become a literal term.

In his post, Mikal covers one of the most important issues in tody's commerce and Ecommerce - approching customers from different countries in their native language.

To read the full story by Mikal E. Belicove at the entrepreneur