John Yunker, Byte Level Research LLC / Feb. 14, 2019 / www.pr.com
For the second year in a row, Wikipedia was named the best global website, according to the 15th edition of the Web Globalization Report Card, followed by Google.
“Wikipedia, with support for more than 290 languages, continues to demonstrate that people around the world need a truly multilingual internet,” said report author John Yunker. “Most companies do a very poor job of supporting the language needs of their current and potential customers.”
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