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Caffeinated Content translation function

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by vokzzi, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. vokzzi

    vokzzi Registered Member

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    Hello! I have some auto blogs that use gooogle translate to make my blog posts unique (Caffeinated Content 3.3.5). But now it will not work because G has changed their translate page. I'm noob in php, so I wonder if it is possible to change the CC so that the translation function will work again?
     
  2. nasgorkam

    nasgorkam Newbie

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    the translation function works like hell, sometimes its not even close to readable, use link back to the original content and use autoblogged or wp robot, cc not works for me
     
  3. vokzzi

    vokzzi Registered Member

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    I do not want visitors to read and admire my work, I want to they click on ads and go.
     
  4. kaene

    kaene Junior Member

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    The translation result page is quite different now, a simple php editing won't be enough
     
  5. vokzzi

    vokzzi Registered Member

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    Hmm .. Not good. Now I have 20 blogs that have the final blog post on 16 November
    :bawling:
     
  6. Sundace60

    Sundace60 Registered Member

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    If you look at G's webmaster tools, you will find that the translator plugin has messed up your SEO. The Google Translator plugin is one I stay away from. I have had to ask Google to de-index a lot of my translation pages so my SEO will get better.

    Your best bet is NOT to use any more translation plugins for a while and stick with your blogs native language.