Ed: Nice app, as you can see it did the Startup88 site in simplified Chinese. It’s a good idea for page views and I think it looks really cool.
There used to be a WordPress plugin that did this, I experimented with it on another site a few years ago but I always wondered what to do when you get comments and emails in other languages.
Not sure about the pricing, don’t think the additional visitors would justify the pricing.
|What problem are you solving?||More and more websites are required to be multi-lingual for a variety of reasons: conversion, UX, SEO etc. Yet, localization remains a complex and expensive endeavour. Not just the translation of content but all the tasks required to implement it, which account to up to 40% of the total cost (remaining 60% is spent on translation): new pages, language menus, CSS adaptation, links etc. It requires time, dedicated resources and dedicated project management. Bablic changes all that for good.|
|What is your solution?||Bablic is a unique website localization solution that makes translating websites an easy, quick and cost-effective process.Bablic helps small businesses translate their websites so they can enter new markets without breaking the bank.Simply enter your URL on the Bablic.com homepage and select the language you want to add. It starts off with machine translation and you can then manually edit all of the elements you see (text, images, css, forms, error msgs, etc) simply by right-clicking on them in our user-friendly, visual, editor. Once you’re happy with the results (which you see in real-time in our editor) simply click Activate Now.You’ll get one line of code which you need to paste onto your header and that’s it, your website is fully localized.Works with all websites, no programming required.|
|How will you make money?||Free/Forever (limited features), $15/month, $50/month, $200/month,|
|Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?||Gabriele Manasse, CEO (Highly skilled business development executive, able to identify, pursue and monetize new business opportunities.) |
Ishai Jaffe, CTO (Experienced web developer who was tired of dealing with localization issues when working on new projects.)