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Extending the Global Buyer’s Journey Beyond Aggregator Sites

A localized website plays an integral part in educating customers—and your global growth, our CRO writes.

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October 01, 2019

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Craig Witt
Craig Witt

Global e-commerce aggregators and marketplace websites—such as India’s Flipkart and China’s Tmall—empower brands to serve international markets with centralized “virtual mall” customer experiences available in customers’ preferred languages.

But the customer’s journey is rarely confined to a virtual marketplace, writes MotionPoint Chief Revenue Officer Craig Witt in an article for MarTech Advisor. A brand’s corporate website and omnichannel content also play a vital role. It’s critical to localize these assets for international customers, Witt says.

Witt presents smart ways for getting started with website localization, such as:

  • Leveraging website analytics to determine which global markets to prioritize
  • Translating information for products listed on third-party marketplaces to educate prospective buyers
  • Providing localized product manuals to support customers post-conversion

Read the full story at MarTech Advisor.

Last updated on October 01, 2019
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