For a quick experiment, use Google Translate Web Element to make your website instantly international.
When a user visits your site, the web element compares your visitor’s browser language with the language of the text on your website. If the languages do not match, the web element asks the user if she wants to automatically translate your website into her browser’s language.
You can also protect specific sections of your website from automatic translation.
class="notranslate" to that particular section. Learn more.
By tracking pageviews on your automatically translated site, you can decide whether or not it’s worthwhile to invest in the complete localisation of your website. For example, if your website receives a significant amount of Chinese- or Spanish-language users, then it may be a worthwhile investment to localise your site.
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