If your company has a newsletter, you know how beneficial it can be to your audience when they receive it. Your customers may learn about what’s new in your business, current promotions, relevant news items about your industry, or even plan a purchase based on something they see sent within your newsletter. The information you present to them in the newsletter can help the customer become more engaged with your company, and in turn, increase their confidence in your brand.
If you plan to target an audience that speaks a language other than English in some of your marketing materials, you may also want to consider translating your newsletter for this audience(s), as you may see multiple benefits, such as these, for you and your customers:
- Personalization: translating the content of the newsletter personalizes and tailors it for your target market. A customer is more likely to engage with your brand if he or she is able to read and communicate in their native language, as they’ll feel more comfortable with the personalized content.
- Quick and Easy: newsletters usually have content that is short and easy to read, providing links for customers who may wish to learn more about a topic. If your customers are able to peruse the content quickly, it is easy for them to see what topics may interest them and interact with you via your newsletter!
- Greater Visibility: allowing your customers to subscribe to your newsletter puts your content directly in their inbox, which they can then check easily and refer back to later. It is a reminder for them to interact with your company. Their interest may be piqued again without ever having to remember to visit your website directly, and they are more likely to do so if the content is available in their preferred language.
- Increased Website Traffic: The links contained within your newsletter will allow your customers to easily navigate to your website, enabling you to further grab their attention with the content you have there as well. If your website is also translated, be sure to link to the page with the correct language for a smoother and more inviting process for your customer!
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