Navlekha, a Google initiative, helps you easily make offline content fully editable and publish online without expert digital knowledge. Grow your online presence.
They can simply scan documents or PDFs and create instant web pages on the platform. No expert digital knowledge is required in the process, claims Google. At the fourth ‘Google for India’ event, the internet search giant unveiled Project Navlekha — its new initiative to bring India’s 135,000 Indic language publications online in a hassle-free manner.
Navlekha, which means ‘a new way to write’ in Sanksrit, will allow local publishers who do not have websites to make their offline content fit for online publishing in less than a minute.
How it works on Navlekha?
1. Express your interest online
Our team will review your application and get in touch. Registered Indian publications are encouraged to sign up to get notified once more languages become available.
2. Set up your free publication website with expert help
Our team will guide you through the setup process and will be available to help maintain your online publication.
3. Publish existing and future content with our tools
Leave the technical stuff to us as you take content from existing PDF files online with our conversion and publication tools.
4. Manage your content
Our publishing tools give you the power to edit and curate content with ease according to your preferences.
How can publishers benefit from Navlekhā?
Get more readers for publication
Your audience is already searching for content online. Don’t miss out on readership and increase awareness of your publication by growing your online presence.
No Setup Cost
We will help you get your content online for free. We will not charge for our publication tools and the domain name for the first three years. All you need to get started is your content and a commitment to bring your publication online.
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