Will You Translate the Future of the Social Web?

A few years ago, before I started at Forrester, I posted why corporate websites are irrelevant, (it’s actually a precursor to this report) and it started to get translated into 10 languages by the community.

A few weeks ago, we launched a report about the Future of the Social Web, and I’d love for it to spread to other languages. I spoke in the Netherlands last week, and the MarketingFacts team translated the highlights into Dutch. If you’d be interested in translating it to your local language, I’ll link to you in the post, and will tweet it out, sending traffic to your site.

You can find the original text on the blog post in American English, which is a few paragraphs of text. I don’t think it’s necessary to translate the graphics, nor the paragraph at the end where I thank folks, but the core essence of the five eras would be great to have in your language.

Update: Within 24 hours, there have been translations in Danish, Spanish, Polish, Russian, and Italian, I’ve put links on the original post.

Within the next 24 hours, translations in French and Czech have come in, and Korean. The third day, we’re now seeing Hebrew translated, thank you.

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