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Create Ads in Arabic language

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Hi all,

 

I want to target U.A.E for my search ads, But i dnt know the arabic to create ads in arabic language is their any tools to create ads in different languages.

My opinion is if i create ads in local language it will surly positive effect on my ads, suggest me possible ways to create ads in different languages.

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Re: Create Ads in Arabic language

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There is Google Translator Toolkit. This just basically runs Google Translate in bulk on all text in your account, as exported from Editor. As others noted, what you get is machine translation, which fact is usually pretty obvious to a native speaker.

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Hi Aravindh g,

 

Welcome to community!

 

I would suggest to hire local translater to convert ads. Although there are tools you can use like google translator but still to be 100% accurate, it is advisable to hire translator.

 

one minor mistake can change the whole meaning of Ad.

 

In my opinion!

 

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Neha Gupta

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Thank you for your respons Neha

 

As we startup organization its difficult to hire a language translator. is their any tool in adwords editor

Re: Create Ads in Arabic language

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No Aravindh. Adwords Editor or Google does not translate Ads.

You can try translate.google.com.

May be others can share some tools as I prefer translator so not having much ideas on tis.

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Neha Gupta
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I agree with Neha;

You need a human translator that knows the local dialects spoken and the jargon spoken;

I would strongly would NOT recommend to write an ad-copy by someone who is not a native speaker of the language targeted.

 

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There is Google Translator Toolkit. This just basically runs Google Translate in bulk on all text in your account, as exported from Editor. As others noted, what you get is machine translation, which fact is usually pretty obvious to a native speaker.

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