Rosetta's new website could translate into more hits
Wednesday, November 9th 2011 by John Burns
London-based translation company Rosetta Translation has unveiled its new website complete with a revamped design which is aimed at making the site easier to browse.
The website already has a very high website ranking as it is the main focal point for customers looking to secure translation services in both London and the UK. It is also the main focal point for Rosetta's managed emarketing schemes.
Despite the previous website being adequate and proving useful for the company, it decided that the site needed a more up to date, modern feel to it. The company can now boast a website with increased functionality, a more vibrant design as well as a revamped company logo.
This, according to Eric Fixmer, managing director at the company, is all geared towards showcasing the young and evolving nature of the company.
Mr Fixmer said: "The new website underlines our ambition to continuously improve our service offering. We hope that the clean and fresh design, the improvement to navigation between pages and the client testimonials on each page will all reassure our clients, new and old, that we are their best suited partner for their translation needs."
The company's website has retained the blog feature of its website so as to offer readers fresh content and offer another reason to keep returning. The new website will also offer improved functionality when it comes to uploading documents as well as the quoting form.
Translation will also be included with the new website. As well as English, pages will now be available in Chinese, Japanese, French, Dutch, Polish, Spanish, German and Italian.
Mr Fixmer said: "We hope that by providing our information in other languages clients will feel more comfortable with using the site and in contacting us for the provision of services."
Rosetta Translation has offices in London and Shanghai and primarily provides document translation and interpreting services.
Living Streams "Improving clients profitability through better use of the internet"