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New Google Translate gadget allows blog visitors translate your blog into different languages

If you have readers from around the world reading your blog, they can now easily translate your blog to the language of their choice using the new Google Translate gadget for Blogger blogs.


With the Google Translate gadget, visitors to your blog can select their preferred language from the drop-down menu, and using Google’s free translation service, it will display your posts in any of the 50+ languages Google Translate supports.

I have added the gadget to my blog and from my STATS, I could see many of my readers making use of it.

How To Add Google Translate Gadget To Blogger Blog

To add the gadget to your blog, click "Add a Gadget" from the "Layout" tab, and select “Translate” from the list of gadgets under "Basics".


Save and view your blog. You should now see the gadget on your blog.

Cheers!

Source: Blogger Buzz

1 comment:

  1. Jackson5/07/2012

    Nice addition there. Blogger is really rolling out some cool features. Loving it

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