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How to Translate your Blogger Blogs Statically Into 9 Different Languages
By: Jasmine Yap
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    Now I am going to take You through the few simple steps to translate Your Blogger blog into 9 different languages. First things first, login to Your copy of Auto Site Translator using the username letmetranslate and whatever password You have kept for Your copy.

    Now You must be seeing the Projects screen. Click on the Projects Menu on the top. Then Click on New Project. It should display a tabbed display page where You will be specifying the translation settings. You can see four tabs a Site Info, Translation, Options, and Affiliate

    Now, suppose You have a Blogger blog with FTP user name username and password as pass.

    In the Site Info Tab, make one entry telling this piece of information, in the following way,username,pass

    If You want to add a second site you can do so by adding another entry just below this one, with the same format.

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