6 Best WordPress Translation Plugins For A Multilingual Website

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WordPress now powers 30% of websites

WordPress-for-iOS.jpgWordPress now powers 30 percent of the web, according to data from web technology survey firm W3Techs.

This represents a 5 percentage point increase in nearly two and a half years, after WordPress hit the 25 percent mark in November 2015.

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Using Yoast SEO with WPML for multilingual SEO

Yoast SEO plugin makes it easy to optimize your site for search engines. Together with WPML, you can use it to tune multilingual WordPress sites.

We use Yoast SEO on all our sites, to quickly and easily optimize for search engines. It lets us control the meta attributes that Google reads and add vital SEO information to all pages.

WPML and Yoast SEO teams work together to ensure complete compatibility, letting you optimize your multilingual sites in a simple way.

If you are new to SEO, you might be interested in our introduction article on multilingual SEO.

https://wpml.org/documentation/plugins-compatibility/using-wordpress-seo-with-wpml/

HOW TO CREATE A WIKI USING WORDPRESS (BEGINNER’S GUIDE)

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Wikis are handy for collecting and sharing information, so it’s no surprise that the internet is full of them. There’s a good chance that you use wikis, or at least regularly stumble across them in search results. This may have prompted you to wonder if you can create a wiki on WordPress and of your own.

While WordPress wasn’t designed with wikis in mind, WordPress’ power and flexibility makes adapting it to the format a simple process. With the right tools and a little effort, you can build a wiki for your business or community, then tweak it until it’s perfect.

 

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