Traditional Chinese SEO
Let us promote your website on all major Traditional Chinese Search Engines!
In order to be featured on Traditional Chinese search engines, it is necessary that your website is localized in Traditional Chinese, either partially or entirely. Traditional Chinese website localization refers to the process of translating your current website into Traditional Chinese, conducting Traditional Chinese keyword analyses, implementing Traditional Chinese SEO, and integrating the localized Traditional Chinese pages onto your website so that you can have eligibility to rank on Traditional Chinese search engines.
Our work speaks for itself! Our clients rank on the first page of Traditional Chinese search engines with their industry’s most competitive keywords. Let us show you how Traditional Chinese website localization can position your website on Traditional Chinese search engines!
Contract our Traditional Chinese experts to create an entry page, multiple pages, or a full-website translation in Traditional Chinese for your website optimized with your Traditional Chinese keywords/meta tags. As a multilingual SEO company, our primary focus is to deliver culturally and semantically accurate translations while aiming to maximize organic-rankings of targeted foreign-keywords.
Do you need Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese?
Are you trying to reach online markets in Mainland China? If yes, then you should consider simplified Chinese!
Are you more interested in reaching Taiwan, Hong Kong, or the huge Chinese immigrant communities around the world? If this is the case, you will need to promote your website on Traditional Chinese search engines!
When it comes to the written form of Chinese, we are not speaking about Cantonese vs. Mandarin but rather Simplified Chinese vs. Traditional Chinese.
About 50 years ago, in an effort to promote literacy, the new government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) made the decision to simplify the written Chinese language to make it easier for the general populace to learn how to read and write… Basically, a new alphabet/language was “invented”: Simplified Chinese.
As a result, in today’s Internet context, simplified Chinese search engines are targeted to mainland China (& Singapore) while traditional Chinese is used in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and by the vast majority of Chinese expatriates in the US, Canada, Europe etc…