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Announcing Cumulus "In Your Language" Multi Lingual Translation

Just a bit more than 2 years ago, NiteCruzr Dot Net became a part of the world wide culture, by providing an easy to install translation bar, for blogs published in English. That's a start, anyway.

What "we" (the "English" speaking population of blog owners) don't always realise is that neither the entire world population, nor the entire web population, speaks English. The English language isn't the most commonly spoken language in the world - nor is it even number two. Blogger blogs are being published in many non English languages, and bloggers need to support that reality.

Now, Nitecruzr Dot Net, in partnership with Robertosblogs Dot Net, announces the next step in multi-lingual blogging. Cumulus In Your Language now provides multi-lingual translation from any of 7 non English languages, to any of the other provided languages.
If your blog is published in any of the above languages, check out the Your Language translator gadget installation procedure in Cumulus - EN. Other languages will be added, as demand and resources exist.

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