During 12th and 13th of March, BigTranslation headed to Barcelona. The mission? To publicise our technological platform to help the attendees of the eShow, which was held in Barcelona, to internationalise their businesses.
Thanks to the collaboration between BigTranslation and WPML, the process is now even simpler. Our integration optimises the work flow and allows you to send your content to be translated and published on your website, without leaving the WordPress platform!
If your ecommerce already sells in other markets, or it’s something you’ve got on the horizon, you know the importance of high-quality translation for your website. Translations carried out by native speakers can be the key to the successful internationalisation of your business.
We continue in our journey within the universe of the much praised WPML plugin, the WordPress translator. Now that you know what you can expect from this complete tool, we will show you how to handle it, from its installation to its configuration, which you’ll find to be very simple and intuitive. Let’s get to work!
WPML for WordPress is a complete plugin, with different angles and high compatibility, something you’ll discover more about below.
In this post we will get into the importance of WPML as the Plugin of choice as a WordPress translator, something that will fascinate you if you’re planning to internationalise your content. Keep reading if you want to know more!
The intention of this post is to show you the importance of internationalising your website, making it multi-language with the use of WPML, the most complete and intuitive language translation Plugin for WordPress (from our own experience, naturally!).