If you use Chrome, you can change it to your own language because it has a translation function, so you may wonder if you need to create a translation page using the GTranslate plug-in, but you can increase the number of overseas visitors because it comes out in the translated language.
You can think of a translated site as being created, not a translated language widget that was previously added to a place like T-story, but a Korean page and a translated page will appear in the search results.
Therefore, foreign users can see the search results in their own language, so foreign users can click more and the content is translated, reducing the rate of departure.
However, the plug-in introduced is machine translation, so it can save money for translation and translate the entire page quickly, but it may not be translated accurately because the machine translates.
So in my case, I choose only languages that can be translated well. The GTranslate plug-in is basically free, but there is a difference between free and paid, whether or not to create a unique address.
Free literally selects a language directly in the form of a widget and uses the translation function, and the fee is for the site to be machine translated and the unique address of the language is created. Because a unique address is generated, pages translated from the search engine will be searched. Then let’s find out how to set up your subscription first.
1. Subscribe to GTranslate
Once you enter the GTranslate site, you can see the price list by pressing the GO GLOBAL button on the first screen or scrolling down. When viewed here, the unique address is not generated because FREE does not search engine indexing.
Therefore, you need to use CUSTOM first to create a unique address. You can also translate the URL, and those who use the unique address in Korean can check and use it.
I will use only 1 language and I want to translate the URL address, so I check the URL translation in CUSTOM and use it.
When you select the option you want, you will be able to sign up, select your name, email address, domain, language you are using, language you are translating, press the CONTINUE button, and you will receive an email when you check and pay for the email will arrive.
After checking your password in your email, click User Dashboard to enter your own dashboard.
2. GTranslate Installing
You need to install the plug-in before setting up the dashboard, so you can search for and install the Translate WordPress with GTranslate shown above.
If you have installed the GTranslate plug-in, you can go into the settings, select one of the sub-directory addresses or sub-domain addresses, check and save it. If you use a subdomain, you must add a CNAME record in the DNS manager.
3. Dashboard Settings
Once you have installed the plug-in, go into the dashboard and select the Setup Wizard, and you will see the four-step setup steps. For step 1, WordPress step 2 will check the type of address selected by the plug-in and for step 3, the plug-in has been installed, so if you skip it, the inspection process will be carried out and it will be completed.
The full page is now automatically translated into the selected language, which can be found on the dashboard, and when all is done, the acquisition statistics are also available on the dashboard when the search results show up.
The search results may take about 1 to 3 weeks, so if you have enough time to check, you will be able to find the translation page in the selected language in the search results.