Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by stroekent, Dec 30, 2013.
No, they don't see your translated articles as duplicate.
I would put the translation on the same website but in a subfolder.
Example, /en/ for your english version.
Translating the articles does not negatively affect your ranking. Every language article is unique and you will rank, especially if you have a lot of those articles posted on your site.
If you translate an article with google translate and just correct the errors, will it also be identified as unique?
Google translate or not, once the article is in another language, it is unique. Your ranking will not be negatively affected in any way
It will help your ranking, and get more audience in this way. good job.
Are you optimizing Your English website version for Same Google Engine "Google(dot)no" ? Or it's for Google US ?
if it's for different Google Engine then I prefer you to configure your Google webmaster tool accordingly this would be + point.
en(dot)websitedomain(dot)(TLD) --- configure Google Webmaster tool and locate it's for US
de(dot)websitedomain(dot)(TLD) ---- configure Google Webmaster tools and locate it's for German
In this way You can force the Google to Rank on specific location Google engine.
It is for Google US. So en.mydomain.no/english-article is better than my domain.no/en/english-article ?
I just want the international audience to find my articles like i do with my norwegian articles for the norwegian audience.
+ for this one too
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