Mloovi: RSS Feed Translation service for bloggers

Good news for bloggers, there is a great RSS feed translation service for you folks and it can translate RSS feeds into 24 different languages!

This great RSS feed translation service is provided by Mloovi (with a little assistance from Google Translate). Sounds strange? It should be because it is a Czech word, meaning ‘to speak’ in English.

I have more good news. It is free! But you will see some ads in your RSS feeds. If you want to get rid of it, you can sign up for any of their paid premium accounts and Mloovi will remove those ads for you. Where have I heard that before? :-)

Home based business entrepreneurs, internet marketers and online money makers that have blogs of their own should find this very interesting indeed. It is great for marketing. This is their chance to break the number one barrier in online marketing, language!

Mloovi, RSS Feed Translation, Google Translate

Many thanks to TechCrunch and TechCrunch UK for bringing this up on their excellent blogs!
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