translation-flagsWhen you’re creating a website, it’s only natural to want to obtain the largest audience you can find to come to your site.  One way you can find that larger audience is by creating a Spanish translation of that site.  There are benefits that can be had when you have a Spanish version of an English site.  A larger audience, more business and revenue are all huge reasons why you’d want to increase your site’s viewership.

But not all will be well for your new Spanish site if you’re not careful.  There are several things that can happen that could totally ruin your endeavors.  Sebastian Aroca has written an article that discusses three potential downfalls that can be avoided if you’re watching your step.

Check out the full article here:
http://moz.com/ugc/3-pitfalls-to-avoid-when-translating-a-site-to-spanish