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Translating website content with Weglot

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Ilir Alii
·May 20, 2022·

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Translating website content with Weglot

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Table of contents

  • Introduction
  • What is Weglot?
  • Weglot features
  • Pricing plans
  • What did I create?
  • Functionalities created
  • My experience with Weglot

Introduction

Are you in need of website content translation but do not have the resources to do it manually?

You can take a look at Weglot.

What is Weglot?

Weglot makes your website automatically multilingual in minutes and allows to manage all your translations in one place. It is used by thousands of global brands like IBM, HBO, Spotify etc.

It is very simple to integrate and has out of the box integration for major platforms like WordPress, Shopify, Webflow, Bubble etc. You can manage all the translations in your project’s dashboard in Weglot and optionally add manual translation or add professional translators. Weglot’s scripts and translations are optimized to be SEO friendly so you don’t have an issue integrating them in your website.

Weglot features

  1. Automatic translation

  2. Integration with popular platforms like WordPress, Shopify, Webflow, Bubble etc

  3. Management of translations from one place

  4. Optional manual translation of content

  5. SEO optimized translation

  6. Translation quality workflow

Pricing plans

Calendly has 5 main pricing models with extra support for enterprise businesses:

Starter

€99 /year, 10,000 words, 1 translated language

Business

€190 / year, 50,000 words, 3 translated languages

Pro

€490 / year, 200,000 words, 5 translated languages

Advanced

€1,990 / year, 1,000,000 words, 10 translated languages

Extended

€4,990 / year, 5,000,000 words, 20 translated languages

What did I create?

After creating the account for Weglot, directly as part of the onboarding I integrated with Javascript. There was no need to configure DNS records for the domain or subdomain of the website. You only select the default language(in my case English) of the website and the translation language(in my case German). At the end of this procedure you will get a Javascript script that you need to insert in the header of your website. After this you will be able to see Weglot in action!

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Functionalities created

  • Integration with Bubble website

  • Automatic translation

My experience with Weglot

Onboarding 5/5

Ease of use 5/5

Community info 4/5

Functionalities 5/5

Code required: none

I loved Weglot functionalities and ease of integration. What do you think of Weglot? 😊

 
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