Multi-Language Site

by roady 3 replies
Hi guys

I plan to work on a new website which will support 2 languages - english and turkish language.
Basically it's the same content in english that I want to translate to Turkish language.

What is the best way to go about this so that it isnt counted as duplicate content?
secondly, how should my domain be structured?

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Would be great to receive some advice!
#search engine optimization #multilanguage #site
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Roy
    You can add Google Translate to your site. Google provides a script to put on your website that takes care of this automatically.

    Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author roady
      Thanks for the revert.
      Just that - @Adam - would you go ahead with this option if you were me?

      Or hiring a person who can write in turkish language on would be a better option?

      Just that I'll have to maintain 2 wordpress websites and keep it maintained parallel along with plugins and what not. Indeed this will be a task but just trying to figure out what's the best in long term.

      It's been a while since i was out of the IM scene but can catch up with 'new' things faster than average joe.

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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Roy
    I would just put the translation feature on the site and Google will literally translate it to any language.

    If you want to rank separately in the Turkish search engine, I would create a whole new domain for it and have it translated.

    Hope that helps.
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