Google Translate instalado en VIC Services

Hace meses que quería hacer nuestro sitio web multi idioma pero estando ocupado como estaba me he decidido por la opción más rápida: instalar el servicio de traducción de Google. Gracias a los nuevos sistemas de traducción basados en estadística la calidad de las traducción es elevada, ya no son aquellas traducciones con los significados literales de cada palabra de bastantes años atrás. Sin duda todavía no llega a la calidad de un traductor humano pero como contrapartida ustedes pueden disponer de VIC Services en muchos más idiomas que el usual inglés más el idioma “local”.

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  1. Hello Vic,In order to find the niche for your blog, I would suggest you the folonwilg 5 steps:STEP 1: START BY KNOWING WHERE YOU’RE ATSet up a Google Analytics account if you don’t have one, and start finding what keywords / key phrases your visitors are using to find your blog posts. STEP 2: STUDY THE COMPETITIONAfter you know what’s working and not working for you, find out what’s working for other businesses in your diligence. Competitive research is a crucial element for deciding which keywords you should butt. Find that “sweet spot” keyword phrase where your competitor is weak, yet the phrase still generates bounty of searches.STEP 3: CONSULT THE ORACLESGoogle is really transparent about search information. The free Google keyword finder, the keyword tool at Google AdWords, is the oracle for keyword and key phrase research. Start by typing in one search phrase per line you’re considering for your website. Google responds by telling you how much advertiser competition there is, how many searches for that phrase are made in your country each month, and how many searches for that phrase are made in the whole world each month. The free keyword tool makes qualified keyword discovery a cinch.STEP 4: NARROW DOWN THE LISTOnce you’ve figured out where you’re at, where your competitors are at, and have brainstormed an initial list of keywords that might work for your site, narrow the list down by engaging in qualitative research around your terms. You want your final list to include two types of terms: broad terms and narrow terms. STEP 5: IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTENTNow that you have your keywords chosen, it’s time to implement them, and that means writing content, testing that content, then going back and tweaking.On any given page, butt a maximum of four of your keywords. If you try to squeeze more keywords in, you run the risk of diluting the keyword density. Hope these steps will help you find the right keywords and define your niche. Excellent luck!

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