Website translation is something that you may find necessary, depending on your audience (though regardless, it does bring in more visitors) but it’s something that may require more resources than what you have available to you. Bablic is an easy website localization solution – letting you translate your website with just one line of code. Start off with machine translation and then manually edit all of the elements you see (text, images, css, error msgs, forms, etc) with just a right-click through our user-friendly, visual editor – and it works on all websites. Bablic’s aim is to build a solution that will work with ALL websites, while still remaining user-friendly and cost-effective so that small businesses can finally open up to new markets. Bablic is removing the language barrier from the internet, allowing small websites and businesses to have additional languages – a process that is usually extremely expensive, time-consuming and basically not even considered by small businesses because it’s such a complicated task.
As an experienced web developer, Ishai Jaffe (Bablic’s co-founder and CTO) struggled more than once with web localization projects. After countless hours and significant frustration, he decided to leverage his expertise in automation algorithms to make the process more efficient. And hence Bablic was born: an automated system that allows website owners to make website localization as easy as copy/paste. When Gabriele Manasse (Bablic’s co-founder and CEO) joined in, Bablic started taking shape as a company, and it’s now among the most – if not THE most – advanced localization solution in the market. Laurent Sabbah has been doing online marketing/growth for the past ten years and moved to Tel Aviv six months ago, joined Bablic 4 months ago to tackle growth. Bablic’s main source of competition comes from LocalizeJS, as they also have a “translate your website with one line of code” solution but it isn’t quite as user-friendly as Bablic’s is. Bablic is currently monetizing their operation, and it works on a freemium model – the most basic plan is a free/forever one, with paid plans starting at $15 per month and going up to $200 per month depending on the user’s needs.