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I have a Greek website which I am interested on translating to English. I was never keen of the idea of google translating the content. I want high quality content on both languages and additionally I don't want translating through Google Translate to hurt my site's SEO.

However recently I have tried playing around with my content translation through Google Translate and to my surprise it was pretty much accurate.

So my question is. Is it a good move to translate my content with Google Translate and after proofreading and curation of the translation to upload the newly translated content?

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It makes no difference, how you translate your content. Main keywords are always: proofreading and curation. If these procedures give you the go - then everything is OK.

Google translate or Bing or Promt or a million other translation services - really no difference. They all do their job - more or less good, depending on complexity of the content and their word pool. Proofread it after - and you are on the secure side.

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    Google has long warned not to use machine translation without proofreading because it is poor user experience and Google would penalize sites for doing so. I agree that with proofreading, it should be fine though. – Stephen Ostermiller Nov 20 at 15:34

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