After all, while a little more than a quarter of the Internet speaks English as a primary language, the other three quarters do not. For that reason, if your site is only in one… || There are many good reasons to translate your WordPress website. It opens up new markets and brings in additional customers.
After all, while a little more than a quarter of the Internet speaks English as a primary language, the other three quarters do not. For that reason, if your site is only in one language, you are missing out on a ton of people.
In addition to that, the online access in English-speaking countries is already relatively high and will bring less people online. At the same time, other languages, especially Chinese and Arabic but also Spanish, Portuguese and other languages are constantly adding new Internet users.
Apart from that, being able to get product information in their mother tongue is a huge factor in purchasing decisions for consumers.
If that isn’t enough to add additional languages to your site, I don’t know what is.
WordPress already offers several translation solutions, which we talked about here and here. However, a new player recently joined the arena. Weglot,