Let us promote your website on all major Portuguese Search Engines!
It is not necessary to translate your website in order to submit it on Portuguese search engines…however, you need to have at least 1 page in Portuguese optimized with your Portuguese keywords and meta tags in order to be allowed to submit your site on Portuguese search engines:
Doing business on the Portuguese web is not about interacting with Portuguese-speaking natives in their language but rather bringing them to your website to do business with you in English!
Contact our Portuguese experts to create an entry page in Portuguese for your website optimized with your Portuguese keywords/meta tags. It will have a similar look and feel as your current home page. It will be considered as your “Portuguese entry page”. Such page will feature approximately a 10 to 15 line paragraph in Portuguese introducing your web site. At the end of your “Portuguese entry page” we will tell Portuguese users that by entering your website they should expect overall content in English and that all correspondences should be established in English as well. Our Online Demo explains clearly the benefits of such methodology!
Portuguese is spoken as a native language by about 250 million people. It is the official language in 9 countries including Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Guinea Bissau, Macau, Mozambique, Portugal, and São Tomé. In fact, the Portuguese language is considered to be the sixth most popular first language in the world. In the United States alone, there are over 687,000 native Portuguese speaking individuals. As for the Internet, there are over 89 million Portuguese speaking Internet users around the world (an estimated 3.9% of all worldwide internet users).
The 2 most powerful Portuguese speaking countries are Brazil and Portugal. They are both highly involved on an international scale and present in many global business affairs and organizations. Active in the European community and economy, Portugal remains one of the key players in the European Union. Brazil, on the other hand, is the largest country in South America and holds a population bigger than all of the South American countries combined. Brazil is also rich in natural resources and is growing daily in economic power.
Due to the presence of the Portuguese speaking population around the world, the Portuguese language should always be considered when tapping into the international markets.