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Multilingual website or blog

Make the most of the Internet’s potential. With Matiz, you can publish your content in any of the 23 languages we offer.

If you don’t have the time to dedicate to your website, Matiz will give you a complete package so you don’t have to worry about a thing.

•    We can create your website from scratch or help you improve your existing one.
•    We can write up your news items, develop your content, create new sections, and open up your corporate blog. We bring your website to life!
•    To optimize search engine hits, we can create copy with relevant keywords in the languages you require.
•    Images and words are worth more when they work together. We can support your ideas with illustrations, animation and photographs.
•    We provide all this in the languages you want and without any extra effort on your part.

How does this work?

•    We evaluate. Together we discuss and decide what you need. We plan the project and establish a working method.
•    We communicate. As the project progresses, we keep you up to date to make sure that everything is moving in the right direction. We know you’re busy people so we contact you.
•    We change what you don’t like or anything that could be improved and we continue working.
•    We repeat steps 2 and 3 until you are completely satisfied.

What does this mean for you?

•    Written copy in any of the languages we offer.
•    Photos and illustrations of your products and facilities.
•    A multilingual web design package; because designing for one language is not the same as designing for four.
•    Translation and editing/proofreading with the Matiz quality guarantee and the convenience of an integrated service.
•    A live, up and running website.

Some examples

•    Corporate blogs. The power of new communication tools in your hands.
•    Websites for entrepreneurs. Giving you the freedom to concentrate on everything else.
•    Abandoned websites. Has your website failed to keep up with your company’s growth? Is there nobody in control of it? Leave it to us.


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