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ocaholic speaks German, English, French and Italian
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Many of you might have noticed, that content on ocaholic is available in more than one language. In this regard we're especially proud of our review because since beginning of 2009 we've been translating them to English and since April 2012 Chris is taking good care of all the French translations. Another great addition since September 2012 are Maicol and Luca from Italy who translate all the new reviews to Italian!

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So I guess we are the only portal with reviews in four languages.

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Another great addition since the beginning of this year are Maicol and Luca from Italy who translate all the new reviews to Italian!


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From September

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Another great addition since the beginning of this year are Maicol and Luca from Italy who translate all the new reviews to Italian!


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Oh god I corrected that!

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We're certainly the only portal who are doing it the way we do it. Imo we we have one of the most efficient processes in place. If you think about Tomshardware for example, there the different portals, which are in the different languages are built with different content. I mean this makes a lot of sense, since the site can adapt better to a local market, but on the other hand running a project, let's say, "the Tomshardware" way, is more expensive and we simply don't have this money.
God ... what a long answer to this

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