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2017 Web Globalization Report Card


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its 2017 Web Globalization Report Card analyzing 150 global websites across more than a dozen industry categories. Analysis is performed on how web designs are shared across countries and mobile platforms, noting languages used on every website and studying local content, social media and navigation.


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2016 Web Globalization Report Card


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its 2016 Web Globalization Report Card analyzing 150 global websites across more than 15 industry categories. Websites were graded according to the number of languages supported, global navigation, global and mobile website architecture and localization.

2015 Web Globalization Report Card


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its 2015 Web Globalization Report Card analyzing 150 global websites across more than 15 industry sectors. Websites were graded according to number of languages supported, global navigation, global and mobile website architecture and localization. The top 25 websites overall include companies such as Google, Starbucks, Hotels.com and Facebook.

2014 Web Globalization Report Card


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its 2014 Web Globalization Report Card, including an entire section devoted to the top 20 best practices and top emerging trends in web globalization. The report also includes detailed website profiles.

2013 Web Globalization Report Card


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its 2013 Web Globalization Report Card intended to identify best practices and emerging trends, such as social media, on the internet and mobile platforms. An entire section is devoted to the top 20 best practices and top ten emerging trends in web globalization.

Web Globalization Report Card 2012


Byte Level Research, analyst of the art and science of web globalization, has released its Web Globalization Report Card 2012 intended to identify best practices and emerging trends, such as social media, on the internet and mobile platforms. According to the report, Google has unseated Facebook to become the world's best global website.

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