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Lucy Griffiths

Get Your Own Free Translation Online

6th May 2009 SEO Less than a minute to read

Not all the information that we search for online is available in our native tongue. So other than going out to buy a dictionary and piecing together a site word-by-word, what online translation options are there available to you?

Google Translate and Yahoo Babel Fish are two exceptional services that offer free translation online. Whether looking to translate web pages or just convert a chunk of text, both programs are incredibly simple and easily accessible resources. You can insert a site’s URL in Translate or Babel Fish and either will immediately provide an alternate version of the page copy in your language.

Translate to and from a wide variety of languages at the click of a button. Both services are absolutely free, and whilst perhaps not entirely grammatically accurate, provide a very useful and informative translation guide that can help give a real your Internet searches and online content a real boost.

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