Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by turdface, May 14, 2013.
Do you use a foreign subdomain, like spanish.domain.com?
i use a google translate button!
I want the foreign language content actually on my website.
bump. There was just a thread about this but I can't find it.
Is this the thread you are looking for?
subfolder /en/ /de/ etc so you maintain domain authority.
Stupid question but does Wordpress need to be installed separately into those folders?
So would I have two WP installations, like one in www.domain.com (for English) and one in www.domain.com/language (for another language)?
for different languages, I usually do es.domain.com, fr.domain.com...etc)
Make sure to interlink them to pass authority
No, just use WPML.
Making sure your translated pages can get indexed and boost Adsense earnings is what's really important.
GTS Translate Plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gts-translation/
good thread. I'm also thinking about starting a site with multiple language content.
I didn't know what that was so I Googled it and saw it is $79.
So can I just install WP separately into different folders? Now that I think about it, I'm not even sure if all my hosts allow subdomains (es.domain.com, etc.) so I might have to use folders.
I think hiring a freelance translator is a good idea
I'm wondering how to structure my website to handle foreign content, not how to get foreign content
Free way is transposh and visitor country plugins.
You can edit the translation and sticky it, The visitor country plugin will automatically show the language associated with the ip.
For multi language countries like the US The plugin shows a flag on each page, where the visitor can change language manually
Not pretty but it works, and you have no trouble with hosting or subdomains
Separate names with a comma.