Translate Your Website into Spanish with ConveyThis

Translate your website into Spanish with ConveyThis, tapping into the vast Spanish-speaking market with AI-driven accuracy.

Today, I would like to invite you to learn a bit more about my native language, Spanish. The 4th most spoken language worldwide, spoken by millions, loved by thousands and learned by a lot of people, this language has shown its relevance increases day by day. As a translator with a business background, most of the topics I have found in the ConveyThis blog, as well as the services they offer, sound familiar to me. From starting your own business to creating a marketing plan using several strategies, defining your audience, translating your website, measuring campaign results and adjusting strategies for future campaigns.

When we talk about your business and its growing process, you may want to expand your success and let a wider audience know about you. This means you could reach a new market, a new country and in consequence, you may need to spread the words in a different language. If you are interested in the Spanish speaking audience, from Mexico to Patagonia, including Spain, will probably look at you if you promote the right message, with the proper words thanks to an accurate translation and proper localization.


Nowadays, we have translation software services provided by a machine and a human professional such as ConveyThis. Here you can create an account, login and try the free website translation service, using the plugin, you could translate your website in a matter of minutes from English into around +90 languages, in comparison to their competitors, even the paid versions of this service are absolutely worthy.




– 使產品更好。
– 找到機器翻譯和人工翻譯之間的平衡,使結果滿足您的業務需求。
– 設身處地為客戶著想,從他們的角度看待翻譯過程。

I want you to imagine I’m part of the ConveyThis staff and interested in translating my website, as a client, I’ll go through the process I mentioned before.

First: I create my ConveyThis free account and login.
Second: I select the native language and target language, in this case, Spanish.
Third: copy my website URL and it’s done!

The next step is where the Spanish speakers’ staff would support me to determine my translation’s accuracy.


I would like to create my own glossary in case I need certain words, their use and meanings that may vary through the years. This is when I use the ConveyThis translation memory, this may help us use the same words in different contexts.

Now here is what ConveyThis has to say about it:

“A translation memory is a centralized database which stores all the original and translation segments. It acts like a caching layer to quickly reuse the repeating content. This in turn speeds up the website speed and keeps the 3rd party API services vacant. ConveyThis users its own translation memory in order to make the life of our users efficient and recycle all similar content for the future reuse. It is secure and shared only with same tenants who have the ownership of their domains and accounts. Unlike other technical providers, we do not expose our clients memorized contents to other users. This increases our internal costs, but this is the right thing to do. Your data is your data. It’s no one else’s business.






Again, ConveyThis let us know how this translation memory works:

“ConveyThisTM recycles all your translated content and counts all the repeated segments. Its unique algorithms enable it to identify and suggest previously translated segments to translators in real time.

ConveyThisTM is an extremely secure SaaS technology. It makes it possible for several translators to work simultaneously on the same project directly in the Cloud.

ConveyThisTM is constantly being enhanced with new functions and can be used as a foundational database to train specialized translation engines”.

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