Any idea to introduce translating facility for hubpages? Is it possible to incorporate html code (babelfish-yahoo) in hubpages? So that readers anywhere in the world enjoy the content in their language.
If the intention was to let readers enjoy the hubs in their native language, then hubpages should have allowed hubs written in other languages.
Translation applications give a gist of what is being said. If you've ever used it to translate from another language into English you'll soon find out how unenjoyable it is to read. The same can be said for the translating English into other languages.
I too agree. Then why translation option is there in google blogs.
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