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Makes English media work for German markets: Quality Editorial Solutions
Makes English media work for German markets: Quality Editorial Solutions

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The #Strobist's "Lighting 101" transferred into German

The standard manual on using small flash creatively is "Lighting 101". Author #David #Hobby, renowned American press photographer and instructor has recently published a refurbished version of this free #E-Book.
GermanoMedia did the translation, editing and Layout for the German Version. It can be downloaded here: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7GDplcFYn-iZ2g0NEMxQ21hejA
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Little Experiment

With our agency  +Z media we have changed the layout of our #website    from a classic multi page structure to a broad #singlepagedesign . All Information on #GermanoMedia  is now available at one glance - including the contact. We will observe the effect of the new design on website traffic. Some final tuning in terms of SEO will follow. 

Click & see www.germanomedia.com
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Our latest assignment: +Trey Ratcliff 's HDR tutorial in German

For a short while the free online tutorial of renowned HDR photograper +Trey Ratcliff is a little richer because it has a new international version. We are happy to announce that GermanoMedia (www.germanomedia.com) provided the German version. Again: Thanks to Trey himself and +Luke Lakatosh from the team of his website www.stuckincustoms.com for the seamless co-operation.
btw A Chinese version waits already around the corner.
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Did you know? ... Three facts about German consumers


Fact 1
Germany is one of the world's most powerful economies.

Fact 2
Therefore German consumers offer quite high purchasing power.

Fact 3
These potential customers are highly educated.

Conclusion
Most Germans are not only shopping for the best quality in the market. They also expect a perfect product in terms of documentation prepared in a sophisticated style by a native speaker and tailored for the needs of this specific audience in accessibility and acceptance.

Did you know? ... Tree facts about using German

Fact 1
German-speaking political and business leaders prefer to do business in German. No matter on what level they are active. (Anything else is wishful thinking.)

Fact 2
More than 50 percent of all German citizens have learned some English and pretend to be on a conversational level. (But in real life most of them feel uncomfortable when it comes to special knowledge and prefer dealing in their mother tongue.)

Fact 3
The German language is rich, expressive and complex (and sometimes not really logical).

Conclusion
International projects need native German speakers and writers to convey their information to the German-speaking market. No computer translation can solve this and no non-native real person either.

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Did you know? - Three facts about German as a language

Fact 1
German is the most spread native language in Europe.

Fact 2
About one third of the Europeans speak German either as their mother tongue or as a second language.

Fact 3
German is an official language in seven European countries, has an official status in another four countries worldwide, and is an accepted minority language in another eight European countries.

Bonus fact
German is even the administrative and commanding language of the Swiss Guard in Vatican City.
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