More than 65% Internet viewers speaks language other than English. You need to put a language translation tool on your blog or website to reach them. There are many ways to add a language translator like Google Translate, Alta Vista Babel Fish, Windows Live Translator etc.
Google Translator is very simple translator available and your webpage will be indexed in that new language as well. I have attached a code snippet below which is having the URL as http://clickonf5.org, replace that with your URL. That’s It.
<a href="http://www.Google.com/translate?u=http://clickonf5.org &langpair=en|zh-CN&hl=en&ie=UTF8" target="_blank"> <img src="/docs//Language/cn.gif" width="16" height="11" alt="CN" /> </a>
For Hindi translation of your blog, use the below mentioned code (by replacing clickonf5 URL),
<a href="http://translate.Google.com/translate?prev=hp&hl=en&u= http://clickonf5.org&sl=en&tl=hi" target="_blank"> à¤¹à¤¿à¤¨à¥à¤¦à¥€ </a>
Windows Live Translator is provide by Microsoft where you need to put a simple piece of script on your page and the rest will be done by that code itself. Here you don’t need to put the URL anywhere. A link mentioned here will appear on your page which will redirect the viewer to the translator page for your website or blog.
Alta Vista Babel Fish is another way to put a translator on your webpage. It works in a same manner as Windows Live Translator and the language options are English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese.
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