How Political Content Marketing Influences Campaigns and Ideologies

Following the tumultuous 2016 American presidential race and its rather ugly aftermath, content marketers around the world have been as shaken as everyone else.

In this election cycle, we’ve seen a surge in the promotion of political ideology, name recognition, and the spreading of message after message, be it positive or negative, true or false.

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Linguistic Cognition in Localization for an International Market

In countries such as the US, Canada and most of the nations that comprise the European Union, the Internet looks, feels and behaves more or less the same. We browse the web with Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari and the like, and the user experience doesn’t vary tremendously.

But, have you ever stopped to think about what people in Beijing see when they fire up their computers or mobile devices?

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