Localize Your Website with Bablic #Bablic #WebToolsWiki

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Translate your web site into every language you want via Bablic. With this online service, there’s no need to spend time and money for translating your website to your local language.

This Israel-based startup has a team of professional translators who can deliver their work in less than 24 hours.

Whether you have a blog, a regular website or an ecommerce website in the most commonly used language which is English, you will need to translate it to other languages notably if you are targeting to reach a global audience. Keep in mind that the Europe and Asian markets are also huge hence the need to cater to other languages and become an international player.

But you don’t have to hire a third party that can take days to translate your website and cost you much money. Try Bablic for a change. By inserting a single code snippet in your website’s native code, you can easily have your content translated into different foreign languages.

Bablic offers a fast translation service for static and dynamic content including menus, images containing text, automatic identification and translation of new content, matching CSS and more.

A freemium plan can be availed of free of charge. It allows one language translation and up to 2,000 page views.

If you want to upgrade, the Premium plan costs only $15 per month to support 3 languages and 10,000 pageviews. The Unlimited plan costs $200 per month and offers language support and includes images and CSS.



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