Internationalize your Blog with WP Translate WordPress Plugin

If you run high traffic WordPress based blog or site, you need to integrate a plugin such as WP Translate so that visitors who are not proficient with English will be able to view the site using the language of their choice. This will also boost traffic to your blog content thus increasing revenues from advertisements.

The plugin adds a Google Translate widget to the top of the blog, which enable visitors to translate the website content to any language from the provided list.

(1) Login to WordPress dashboard as admin user, search for WP Translate, activate and install the plugin

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(2) You will find a new navigation link captioned WP Translate. It is possible to select a default language from the list provided.

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(3) You can also add Google Analytics tracking ID which enables you to keep track of visitor activity.

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WP Translate will be automatically integrated on the top portion of your blog. Your visitors will be able to translate the content by selecting the language drop down captioned – View this page in

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You can also manage and disable translation by selecting the required link on the options drop down box

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Developers of WP Translate plugin have also created an ad free Pro version with support for enhanced widget positioning.

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