A website translator expands your global reach and allows your site to be read in many different languages.
There are a few different options available if you would like to integrate a translator on your website:
Option 1: You can build a separate website with content written in another language. You can use a subdomain (i.e. espanol.websitename.com) to denote that site from your main website. This will require purchasing a new site subscription for each language you need to be translated.
Option 2: Google Translate offers an embeddable code that you place onto your site. The plugin translates into over 100 different languages. While the plugin is not very customizable in its appearance, it will allow you to enter custom translations for specific languages.
Follow this link for more information: https://translate.google.com/manager/website/
Option 3: LocalizeJS.com is a third party solution that uses real people to translate your entire site. Our Design team can use LocalizeJS if you would like. Like Google Translate, it will require you to install an embeddable script in your site's footer area. Localize is an amazing solution, but it could be considered costly.