SEO penalty when content is translated & use on a different blog?

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  1. Venkatweetz

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    I want to translate articles from my English language blog with a Blog in the Tamil language. The articles would be translated. Could there be a penalty for duplicate content?

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    I'm not sure what you are trying to do. Is the blog in the Tamil language a separate blog? Are these intended to be guest posts on someone's blog? Or, did you want to have a separate blog, on a separate URL, that is an exact duplicate of your blog, but in the Tamil language? Why not just add a plugin to your website that would translate the content into other languages?
     
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    Why do you need to translate the content in tamil and post it on a separate blog?

    You could just add a translation plugin like Transposh and have your content converted into 82 different languages.
     
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    There will be no penalty if the English blog content will be translated into another language and Google will consider this because they are aware that this another language content is the other version of your English content.
     
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    Google is used to having duplicate content translated into different language. No problem there.

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    No there is no problem in that you a translate that into Tamil. Google will consider the things different but from a safety perspective you should do minor changes in that and change the url of the blog.
     
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    you don't need to translate your English content to Tamil content you can just add a plugin for google translation which will automatically add a translation to your pages.
     
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    Worst idea ever. Google translate misses out on a lot of the nuances of language so you often get content that doesn't quite work.
     
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    well if your mindset is just by adding content more and you dont have quality content for you blog then you are wrong. Just by add plugin or translate link on website for your tamil blog. don't do same content, avoid it and not too beneficial
     

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