Translation of websites created using WordPress
There are two ways to reach the global market: by directly developing local content, or by creating global content subject to further localization. For a powerful marketing tool of mass exposure such as the internet, developing and maintaining up-to-date local content can be a cumbersome task. For sites with a high share of dynamic content, difficulty increases exponentially.
On the other hand, renowned companies such as Adobe and eBay, used to catering to global audiences, are well aware that three-quarters of their potential customers prefer to receive information—and above all, to make purchases and receive support services—in their own languages. Will this change in the increasingly globalized future? Possibly. But in the meantime, if you want to promote what you are offering on such a scale, thanks to the current belief that the internet can reach nearly the entire world population, you will need to make an effort to localize your Web content. The WPML plugin is the ideal solution if you choose WordPress as your content management system (CMS).
Translating WordPress content using WPML
If you have a website created using WordPress (currently the world’s most popular content management system) and you need to make your website available in different languages, now you can do it quickly and easily with the assistance of localization experts such as Trusted Translations, Inc. and the help of WPML – The WordPress Multilingual Plugin.
You can choose which version of the WPML plugin is right for you. All versions of the service come with permanent technical support services provided by WordPress. For more information, or to purchase your subscription to the service, visit https://wpml.org/purchase/.
In addition to WPML’s support for your subscription, Trusted Translations, Inc. also has an IT team of WordPress and WPML experts who will help you resolve any problems that may occur while configuring.
Dedicated technical support
The team at Trusted Translations, Inc. will provide you with dedicated technical support from the moment you first contact us until the content of your website is fully translated. You will also have technical support available for any questions that might arise in the process of updating content, although we are confident that the plugin will provide the invisible translation pipeline you are looking for.
Payment for translations by word count
Service charges are by the word, but there is no need to be concerned about costs—the plugin can load updated content to a platform that reuses similar content at a much lower cost than if all updates were translated from scratch. Ask our sales representatives about the advantages of taking into account repetitions and fuzzy and full matches.
Steps to follow
The process involves a few easy steps as described below:
- Install WPML: If you are not already using WPML on your website, you can contact us and we will help you subscribe to the service and install and configure the plugin.
- Request a token: You will then need to request a token from us to enable you to quickly and easily send us orders through the WPML plugin.
- Select Trusted Translations, Inc. as your provider: You should select Trusted Translations, Inc. as your service provider and configure the token we will provide you with.
- Send your request for a quote for translation jobs: Next, you only need to select the content you want translated, along with the target languages you would like to include on your website, and start sending us work.
- Accept or reject the quote made for the requested task: Upon receiving your request, we will submit a quote to you so you can decide whether to proceed with the translation. If you confirm the order, we will begin the translation process, preserving the same format and style of the original text.
- Post your translated content live: Once the translation is complete, we’ll send it via the plugin and you will see it directly in the WPML panel, ready to publish with just a few clicks.
You can check out the process in detail at WPML’s website by clicking on the following links: