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Translating shop?

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by tiestoo, Jan 30, 2016.

  1. tiestoo

    tiestoo Newbie

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    So im currently planning on doing the Franklin Hatchett method and as for my niche.. its mainly popular in non-speaking English countries. Therefore should I find a translator to translate my page? Or does Google do it for me automatically? I know using Google translator can causes problems.
     
  2. chepablito

    chepablito Newbie

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    Dear friend, as an online marketer, starting drop-shipper and languages speaker and eternal student, just can advise you that Google translate sucks, besides the fact that your website won't look serious and reliable enough to convince visitors. Putting myself in your shoes, I would manage a small project of translating your website, at first at your main foreign market language (french?german?spanish?) and then searching for qualified translators at Freelancercom, Fiverrcom or Elancecom, where you can decide what is your budget for this purpose, post it and then check within the answers from freelancers, which one is the most qualified to carry on your job. Good luck!
     
  3. awmproxy

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    ^^^^This! Also your website will not only look more professionally built but get better ranking and conversions in those countries.