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Annual Web Globalization Report Card


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its 2020 Web Globalization Report Card analyzing 150 global websites across more than a dozen industry categories. It focuses on websites that have excelled in the practice of web globalization and identifies emerging trends.


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Byte Level Research Shares Top 50 Websites


Byte Level Research announces the top 50 websites from the 2020 Web Globalization Report Card. 1 Wikipedia 2 Google 3 Microsoft 4 Nestlé 5 Philips 6 Cisco Systems 7 Adobe 8 Airbnb 9 NIVEA 10 Uber 11 Booking.com 12 Volvo Cars 13 Visa 14 Nikon 15 Hotels.com 16 Facebook 17 IKEA 18 Sanofi 19 Deloitte 20 Hitachi 21 Toyota 22 Canon 23 Mastercard 24 Pampers 25 Mitsubishi Electric 26 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 27 3M 28 Siemens 29 American Express 30 KPMG 31 Nike 32 Intel 33 Nissan 34 Chevrolet 35 ABB 36 Trivago 37 Emirates 38 Amazon 39 Coca-Cola 40 Samsung 41 PayPal 42 Autodesk 43 Jehovah’s Witnesses 44 BMW 45 Toshiba 46 Apple 47 John Deere 48 Audi 49 Ford 50 PwC "These websites average support for more than 60 languages and above-average global consistency," said John Yunker, report author. "More important, this list illustrates how many industries now invest heavily in reaching audiences around the world."

Annual Web Globalization Report Card


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its 2019 Web Globalization Report Card analyzing 150 global websites across more than a dozen industry categories. It focuses on websites that have excelled in the practice of web globalization and identifies emerging trends.

Report suggests removing flags from websites and mobile apps


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released the report "FLAG FREE: 10 Reasons to Remove Flags from Your Website." The report documents ten reasons for eliminating flags. It also includes numerous before and after case studies that illustrate how a number of global websites have improved over the past few years.

Updated map of internationalized domain names


Byte Level Research has redesigned and updated its map of the world's internationalized domain names. The map includes all country code top-level IDNs that, as of April 15th, 2018, have received formal approval by the regulatory body ICANN.

Report showcases common mistakes and solutions


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released the report "Web Globalization Bloopers & Blunders." The report was created to help teams within an organization become aware of some of the more common oversights and errors.

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