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Making Your WordPress Site Multilingual with Weglot

Do you have customers in different countries or that use different languages? If you want to translate your website and go multilingual, you should consider using the Weglot plugin. It makes WordPress sites available in multiple languages in a matter of minutes. 

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4 Reasons to Translate Your WordPress Website

Even if the majority of your current audience speaks a single language, you could limit yourself by keeping your site unilingual. It restricts your potential users and could lead to a decrease in conversions.

Translating your site is a smart and forward-thinking strategy. It enables you to draw in new users and makes it easier to communicate directly with non-native speakers who may be interested in your content. It’s also a lot easier than you might expect.

Weglot - New Way to Translate

Weglot Review: Translate Your WordPress Website in the Fast Lane

Translating your WordPress website into multiple languages can be difficult. Many plugin solutions are complex and hard to configure. In fact, many require manual translations which can prove costly unless you are fluent in many languages. And if you are, this task of manually translating content can become time-consuming and frustrating.

Nonetheless, today I am going to share with a freemium WordPress plugin that is almost perfect when it comes to ease of use and translation accuracy.

Enter Weglot Translate.

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