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Jul
07

Yappn to Present at Microsoft World Partner Conference in Toronto

Yappn to present  at Microsoft World Partner Conference in Toronto   NEW YORK, NY – July 7, 2016 – Yappn Corp. (“Yappn” or “Company”) (OCTQB: YPPN), a leader in real-time innovative language solutions is pleased to announce the Company has been invited to present at this year’s Microsoft World Partner Conference, being held at the Details >>
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Jul
05

The Popular Online Sites

Why does language matter?  Language is always your first consideration when going online.  Before you even see the visual layout of a website, you need to type in the URL.  Language always comes first. As you can see from the graph above, North America, which is predominately English speaking, is not the first or even Details >>
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Jun
30

Speak my Language, Get my Business

This is the story of how an Internet service provider earned my undying loyalty in part due to their ability to speak my language. It wasn’t a foreign language, but the comparison is apt. See, in my technical world, the lingua franca is Windows but I am a more uncommon Linux speaker/user. Linux is an Details >>
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Jun
28

The Languages of the Internet

Why does language matter?  Language on the internet is constantly changing.  We go from saying ‘be right back’, to ‘brb’, and from ‘talk to you later’, to ‘ttyl. Here in the 21st century, the internet is like our right hand man.  We use it for everything.  We use it to online shop, to read the Details >>
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Jun
21

LinkedIn

Why does language matter?  Language and business go hand in hand.  A key tool in today’s world of business is LinkedIn.  LinkedIn is a business oriented social network that is mainly used for professional networking.  As of early 2016, LinkedIn has over 433 million users in more than 200 countries.  Professionals are signing up to Details >>
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Jun
14

Hello! Bonjour! 여보세요! ¡Hola!

Why does language matter?  Language is the most important thing when it comes to communicating with others.  One word that is used in every language is ‘hello’.  When greeting someone when you meet them everyone says hello!  Of course no one can learn every single language, but it can always be useful to know how Details >>
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