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How to convert joomla content to multiple languages and store it in contents

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aspardeshi, Jun 11, 2008.

  1. aspardeshi

    aspardeshi Junior Member

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    I have joomla website, my problem is that when i write a content in english, i want it to be saved or indexed (anyways) in multiple languages automatically and ready for indexing by Search Engines. Search engines should be able to index the multiple languages pages at every time of visit.

    Is it possible, if yes, how ?

    Thank you in anticipation.
     
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    a0rta Regular Member

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    You should start by going to joomla (dot) org and then click on Extensions from the top menu, find your way to languages > automated translations or what ever you feel suites you most from there.

    I haven't used any automated translations myself and I am not sure that the result is so good for the visitors. For the SERPs it might be... Joomfish is the best manually tool for working with deifferent languages in Joomla.

    Still.. You asked for an automated translator and there are some for free that you can download if you just take a look at joomlaorg.
     
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    aspardeshi Junior Member

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    Yeah, thats true, but these translators translate at the runtime, i mean they translate when anybody click on the translate button and the translated page is temporarily shown in the browser. I want the one which will store it in database when any content is written in english, which will be ready for indexing.
     
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    a0rta Regular Member

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    Then I guess you have to use any online translator and cut and paste the content into Joomla. I am sure that there are translators but I am not using any myself at the moment. Ask on Portliz and if you have access, on Joompalace. There you would get what you need if there are any extension any available that can do this.