Many websites support more than one language. As companies expand their business to other countries, the need for multilingual sites also increases. After all, the more languages, the higher the chances of increasing the audience. In addition, multilingual resources can increase brand awareness, conversions and SEO ranking, which also affects overall revenue. However, what happens when users open a website in a language they don't know? Most likely, they will close it immediately and never come back. Therefore, multilingual sites today are a good way to go beyond your geography and make your business global, stay relevant and stay ahead of your competitors.
The site needs to be properly translated and adapted. Cultural aspects, navigation, ergonomics, etc. must be taken into account. This should be tailored to each specific technical environment (e.g. online payments with local banks). So, how to make sure that the resource is well translated and correctly corresponds to the local characteristics?