Twitter is now available in an additional 5 languages, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Hindi, Tagalog and Malay, meaning that the microblog is now available in a total of 17 languages. It also plans to increase add six more languages: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Polish and Hungarian.
Twitter, which last week, announced that it has 100 million active global users, uses crowdsourcing to translate its site, apps and support pages.
Gemma has been working in international search for 10 years and leads Webcertain's marketing team. As well as managing Webcertain’s global online and offline marketing activities, she also organises and programs Webcertain's International Search Summit, a search marketing conference focusing on international and multilingual online marketing and contributes regularly to the Webcertain blog. She has also spoken at conferences such as SES and SasCon and writes regularly for State of Digital. Gemma holds a Professional Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a BA Joint Honors Degree in French and German.