Translate Your Website to Sell Products in Global Markets.
Automatic Translation in Google Chrome
Google Translator is Helpful in Finding New Global Markets
Google Translate the Ultimate online Translator
Last Sunday one of my friends visited me for help. He wanted me to translate a document executed in Hindi. When I read the document I found there were many words and sentences in the document which were difficult to understand. My friend had to get the document translated in English to enable him to understand so that he could file a civil suit in a court of law. It was a long document and to look for meanings in the dictionary was a tiring job. I just searched for how to translate in the Google Search and the Google Translator opened providing translations of more than 65 languages. It had a unique feature of detecting the language of the document to be translated automatically. Here started my journey to find more and more about the features of the products offered by Google.
Google Translator Kit :
You can upload and translate documents from your desktop, any storage media, and the web. It also provides for downloading and publishing translations to Wikipedia. You can chat collaborate online with other translators.
If you are managing a website or blog with the reader, visitor and customer base spread over the whole world - then the free website translator is provided by Google Translate in the shape of website translator plugin to expand your global presence easily and quickly. I have added such plugins to my personal blogs and sites. You are just to sign in and provide the URL of your blog or site and the code is ready to be placed in your website for automatic and instant translation of your web text content in 60+ languages. Google Translator allows your contents and ads to understood in almost all global locations.
Global Market Finder:
Sellers and Manufacturers can know about global markets in all the continents like Asia, Europe, the Middle East, G-20. You can automatically translate the keywords into the language of your customers. You can find customers searching for your products or services all over the world. You can know about your advertisement cost or budget depending on the various geographical languages and locations. You can communicate with the customers in the language of their choice.
Why Translation is necessary:
Have you seen the traffic signals? Traffic signals are shown by signs and images so that even an illiterate can make out a meaning of the signals on the way. Now when we talk of traffic on the web, nobody knows where your ad is going to land. An ad from China may land in Denmark and ads from the United States of America might be landing in the Indian subcontinent. The Internet has turned the whole world into a small village where anybody can knock at the IP address of any other body on the web. But due to linguistic barriers and boundaries, the viewers and visitors of your content, product, and services may not be able to understand if your ads are not seen by them in their local languages. Ordinarily, anybody other than an illiterate person will be able to follow either English language, which is accepted worldwide, or their national and regional languages. The Google Translator facilitates understanding your ads from a far away distant land and one day you might get a call from seven seas abroad to ship your materials as the materials to be supplied by you might be a scarce commodity in that geographical location. Though Google offers the facility to translate the content of the website by selecting the option but in the absence of website translator on your site you miss an opportunity to encash your prospective customers as this hurdle even cannot be removed through telephone or mobile or Skype service as they have their own limitations and spoken languages converters are not that much accurate so as to make you and your customer understand the conversations.
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