Web Globalization Report Card, 2019 - Notable Trends & Best Practices, Website Scores & Highlights by Industry - ResearchAndMarkets.com | Financial Buzz

Web Globalization Report Card, 2019 – Notable Trends & Best Practices, Website Scores & Highlights by Industry – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “The
2019 Web Globalization Report Card” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s
offering.

Web and mobile globalization is complicated. You must navigate
countries, cultures, content and, in many cases, must coordinate among
central and remote offices to ensure everything works smoothly.

For more than 15 years, The Web Globalization Report Card has been the
“secret weapon” for global organizations, answering questions such as:

Learn best practices and emerging trends

This report, now in its 15th edition, answers these questions and many
more. You’ll learn which companies have improved their global and mobile
websites – and why. Through website profiles, loaded with screenshots,
you’ll learn which practices to emulate and, of equal importance, which
to avoid. More than a dozen industry sectors are profiled, with key web
localization developments and best practices highlighted with visuals.

150 global websites benchmarked

This year, like years before, the publisher benchmarked 150 websites
across more than a dozen industry categories. These websites comprise
80% of the companies on the Interbrand Best Global Brands 2018 list and
more than 30% of the Fortune 100, ensuring a broad reach of the leading
global brands and businesses.

How to use the Web Globalization Report Card

Never before have companies been expected to support so much content
across so many languages and across so many devices. And while this
continues to be a very exciting time to be involved in web
globalization, it’s also quite challenging.

This report serves two purposes. First, it calls attention to those
websites that have excelled in the practice of web globalization. The
companies that have made the top 25 did not get there by chance. The
people who have helped raise their websites onto the top 25 list deserve
recognition for helping their companies communicate effectively with the
world, regardless of language, culture, or geography.

Second, this report identifies emerging trends (both positive and
negative) to help you avoid the painful missteps that others have
already taken. This report is designed to help you guide your web,
marketing, content, mobile and local teams to positive, efficient action.

The Top 25 Global Websites

Joining Wikipedia on the list of the top 25 websites are regulars such
as Google, NIVEA, Adobe, and Philips. New to the list this year are
Uber, Volvo, and Emirates.

The teams behind the websites featured in the top 25 all deserve a round
of virtual applause. The researchers know how difficult it can be to
build the case for supporting languages — and how one must continually
battle to support usability for all users, not just those who speak the
dominant languages of the executive team.

A few key findings from the report:

Topics Covered

Part I: Notable Trends & Best Practices

Part II: Language Leaders and Trends

Part III: The Websites and How They Were Scored

Part IV: Website Scores

Part V: Website Highlights by Industry

Companies Mentioned

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9qtdnm/web_globalization?w=4

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