Have you ever used those online translation services? You know, the ones you write in a box, select the language and then hit the translate button. I know I’ve used then on countless occasions. I’ve even got a plugin on a couple of my sites that will translate it for those who need the service.

The problem with that type of translation service is that it just isn’t accurate enough. Sure it may give you the gist of what it’s translating but you sure wouldn’t want to rely on it for important stuff, like legal documents and the like.

Professional Translation Services May Be Necessary

Sometimes you just have to rely on a professional translation service. I’ve already mentioned having legal documents professionally translated but I can think of other times when you should use a professional translation service.

have you ever bought something that you had to put together but you couldn’t follow the instructions. I have. Heck, anyone could tell that the problem was that the instructions was a poor translation of the original. It would be even worse if they had to do with something more technical.

I remember when my daughter had to get some documents translated into Italian in order to get her Italian passport approved. It had to be professionally done and stamped. One of those run of the mill online translation services surely wouldn’t cut it.

How about you guys? Have you ever needed something translated professionally?

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Multiple Web Hosts A Good Idea

Before I tell you why multiple web hosts is a good idea I would like to remind everybody that today is the deadline for ensuring that your blog / website is mobile friendly. I’ve written two posts about this the first showed how I believed FlexSqueeze2 was better than other mobile friendly blogs. The second post showed how I easily made my websites mobile friendly using FlexSqueeze2. Both posts had videos showing how I performed these tasks.

Having Multiple Web Hosts Good For SEO

Some of you may not know this but I use more than one web host to host my blogs and websites. I do this for the following reasons.

  • Multiple Domains can put too much stress on your server. Although most web hosts advertise that you can have as many domains as you want with your hosting package this is not entirely true. Especially if those domains host blogs. Have you ever had your host take your blog offline because you were using too much of their resources? Imagine if you had several blogs all with the one host?
  • Multiple domains on multiple web hosts is better for your SEO. I originally thought linking between my blogs while hosting with one web host was a good thing. Apparently not because Google knows you own all those blogs and so does not give those links as much value as links coming from external hosting accounts.
  • Having multiple web hosts is also a sound investment. It’s so much better than having all your eggs in one basket. This is because having your host go down takes all your sites with it.

Who Are My Multiple Web Hosts

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Well, that’s it. Now you know the web hosts I use and why I use multiple web hosts.

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I’ve had several businesses but I’ve never had to worry about having to warehouse stuff because I either had the room or it was supplied for me. It got me to thinking though. What would someone do if their business suddenly took off and they were no longer able to store it in their garage? One option would be to buy a small warehouse but that could be beyond their budget.

AMS Fulfillment Services

I went online to see what was available for this type of situation. One business that looked promising was AMS Fulfillment. They actually offered a lot more than just letting you store merchandise too. They’re more of a full service order fulfilment company. To me that means that not only do they store it but they can process orders delivering them to prospective customers. That alone would make them worth looking at,

One thing I always check when I’m about to deal with someone is how long they’ve been operating. This is important to me because I want to make sure they’ve been around for awhile before doing business with them. I done’t want to invest my money only to find out later down the track that they have no idea what their doing or they close down leaving me hanging, AMS Fulfillment was founded in 2002 which means they’ve been operating for some 13 years. To me if you’ve been operating for over 10 years you must know what you’re doing.

Have you had any dealings with AMS Fulfillment Services? If you have I’d love to hear of your experience with them.

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