Top 25 Language Professionals Blogs 2016

If you want to get your hands on in-depth language insights, the Top 25 list of Language Professional Blogs is perfect for you. Interpreters, translators, language organizations and other linguistics professionals share their knowledge in this category. Maybe you will be in a need of a professional translator at some point; you must get a certified, translated document from Spanish into English and you are thinking of who could do that job for you. In this case, the solution can be found maybe closer than you thought, that is, from these professional blogs. These blogs offer high quality information and are really useful for anyone dealing or working with languages. Good job, winners! (You can find last year’s winners here).

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Language Learning Blogs | Language Professionals Blogs | Facebook Pages | Twitter accounts | YouTube Channels

1.Circa Lingua
Blog about linguistic strategies for business development. It's focused on how to use languages in marketing and business to increase sales and develop internationalization strategies.
2.Terminologia etc.
The blogger is an Italian terminologist and localization specialist. Terminologia etc. is her personal blog on terminology, translation, localization and anything language-related that attracts her attention.
The special translators' zone of Tomedes - We share everything translators, freelancers and languages experts want to know.
4.Closer wor(l)ds by Inbox Translation
Inbox Translation's professional blog about languages and the industry.
5.In My Own Terms
A blog created for people who would like to know about terminology and don´t know where to start and where to find resources. Whether you are just curious or want to become an expert, this page will give you an idea of what you’re getting into.
6.Terminology coordination
TermCoord is the Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament. Its objective is to coordinate the terminology work in the translation units and to represent the European Parliament in the interinstitutional management of the EU terminology database IATE.
7.Language on the Move
Language on the Move is a peer-reviewed sociolinguistics research site devoted to multilingualism, language learning and intercultural communication in the contexts of globalization and migration. Language on the Move aims to disseminate sociolinguistic research to a broad global audience.
8.20.000 lenguas
A bilingual blog of translation and interpreting for students and professionals.
Linguisticator is designed for those who don't just want to get started learning a language, but who want to attain fluency — and do so in as fast and efficient manner as possible. Linguisticator takes a systematic approach to language learning and puts you in control of your own learning by giving you special training in linguistics and language learning.
10.Smarter German
Videos and posts focused on German learning. They teach German grammar in understandable English and provide great songs for this purpose. One fascinating project was that they taught a guy German from scratch to level B1 in 14 days.

Big thanks to all the participants, partners and voters – it was great fun! We are honored to include so many great language resources in our competition. If you made it to the Top 100 list, you can inform your fans about it by adding the Top 100 Language Lovers 2016 button onto your website. You can find more competition-related information here. We hope to see you soon again on and Lexiophiles. Long live languages!