Tag Archives: Language

The Psychology Behind Email Language

You expect remarkable results from your email marketing campaigns. For that, you need targets to open, read, and respond to your emails. Two problems: People send and get 347.3 billion emails daily now, so the chances of yours getting lost in their inboxes are 99.9%. Even if you are among that 0.01% noticed, your chances […]

Google Business Profiles Increasing Language Assistance Choices

Google Business Profiles seems to be expanding which businesses can add and edit the languages ​​they offer support it. This is the language assistance option that Google first introduced in Google Business Profilers for healthcare facilities back in December 2021. Darcy Burk noticed this showing up as an option for his HVAC customers and posted […]

Google Releases The February 2023 Product Reviews Update With Language Help

Google, at about 5pm ET last night on February 21, 2023, has unleashed the sixth product reviews update. This is named the February 2023 product reviews update and it expands to several more languages ​​in addition to just English. Like most other updates, Google says this will take about two weeks to rollout. The languages […]

Google Search Apologizes For Ongoing Points With Search Outcomes In Most popular Language

Google’s Search Liaison, Danny Sullivan, posted a message on Twitter and other social networks, apologizing for the ongoing issues and complaints with Google showing the preferred language in the search results. Google said the issue seems to be from mobile sites not being properly configured and Google’s mobile-first indexing being more widespread. Google said, “We […]

How to Use Sensory Language in Your Writing (6 Methods)

The term “sensory language” refers to language used in writing that connects the readers to real life senses—touch, sight, sound, smell, and taste. Writing with sensory language falls into the “show don’t tell” realm of writing advice, where painting a vivid picture of what you want your reader to see is much more impactful than […]

Google’s New Language Tool: Speaking Inclusively

Companies in general have a huge potential role to play in building a more inclusive society. There are many ways they can start doing it, and one important topic we have seen many companies working on is including language. Recently, Google announced a new “inclusive language” function that is intended to flash a warning if […]

Yamaha and NEXO Talk Your Language at ISE 2022

Yamaha and NEXO Talk Your Language at ISE 2022 Spain – As the constraints caused by the pandemic are gradually coming to an end, Yamaha and NEXO will be exhibiting at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) trade show with the aim of bringing people together again and discussing what the professional audio industry can do […]

Language And Dialect In The Rings Of Power – Will It Sound Like Tolkien?

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, showrunners J.D Payne and Patrick McKay talk about dealing with language and dialect in The Rings of Power. As I am sure most Tolkien fans know, language and dialect were Tolkien’s greatest skills and one of his strongest passions. One my my concerns as a fan is that […]

Google’s efforts to search out an integrative language in search

Google’s John Mueller and Martin Splitt had two special guests on their podcast show this week to talk about how Google is tackling inclusive language in search – a topic we’ll briefly cover only covered over here once. The short version of this 30-minute podcast is that Google search automatically processes including language, as it […]

Google search carousel with ends in your native language, whatever the question language

Praveen Sharma shared a screenshot of a new carousel in Google mobile search results that shows localized language content based on the searcher’s location, regardless of the language of the query entered. In this example, Praveen’s query was in English, but Google showed him results in Hindi based on his location. The screenshot that Praveen […]