There are over 400 million Spanish speakers and billions of Chinese speakers. Want to translate your content into Spanish or Chinese? It only takes a year to see results. What you can do with Polylang is manually translate the content. The reason I say manually and why it matters is that I was using another plugin called Transposh. It automatically translated my blog into multiple languages and I saw a huge increase in search traffic and realized I was getting too many complaints about the quality of the translations. I was afraid I'd hit a pandas penalty one day, so I deleted that plugin and started doing it manually. Neil Patel has seen some amazing results.
He is at fax number listthe point where Brazilian Portuguese is the second most popular language on his personal blog NeilPatel . It will soon overtake English in popularity. Related Content: How to Generate Great Headlines in WordPress Instantly [Podcast] content calendar plugin A fifth plugin I love to use is CoSchedule . This works really well, especially if you have a content team. CoSchedule basically lets you organize everything into a great editorial
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