At some point, you might need to translate and display your website in multiple languages. Whether you’re handling a WordPress blog or a media website, a hotel or a corporate website or even if you’re managing a WooCommerce shop. In this article we’ll first describe who you should translate your website for and why, then we’ll focus on key elements required for any multilingual website and we’ll finally explain how you can easily do that using Weglot Translate plugin.
Who should you translate your website for and why?
Before getting started, let’s take a look at who you should be translating your website for and why it’s so important that you do.
Whether you’re willing to reach a broader audience or to be present internationally, first you need to identify your current visitors and to select languages to target.
You already know your audience, good! You don’t, then use Google analytics to map who your visitors are and where they are coming from. Based on this analysis draw a list of targeted languages covering your current and future visitors’ languages.
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