The worst online shopping experience a customer can have is when they can’t even understand what a website is saying! Most online shopping platforms in Singapore are in English. But if you’re hoping to increase and maximise your potential customer base, your website should be multi-lingual with proper ecommerce translation.

If you have an online store or run a business with a website, this article would help you understand how having your eCommerce store or website translated can bring about more revenue.

The eCommerce Trend Is Now A Norm
What seemed to be “new” and a “trend” is now just another thing we see on the daily. Setting up an online business is more ubiquitous than ever before which means competition is getting tougher too.

The number of digital buyers worldwide was expected to reach 1.92 billion in 2019, accounting for a quarter of the world population. This number was at 1.32 billion in 2014 and is estimated to reach 2.14 billion by 2021. Reasons like convenience and cost-savings are prompting people to adopt eCommerce, while factors like faster Internet speeds and cheaper devices are facilitating this process.

It is also expected that the most growth in the eCommerce sector would be in India and Indonesia. The largest eCommerce company, Amazon, has already paved its way into India’s market. Just imagine how much potential growth this industry has!

This news sounds great and all but if you’re trying to make money through eCommerce, you’ll need to stand out. One way is by getting eCommerce translation for your business.

How Can eCommerce Translation Increase Your Revenue

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Author's Bio: 

Jamie Cheng is the owner of Digital Alpha Agency and helps Translated Right with article writing! Translated Right is a translation services agency in Singapore.