Geo-targeting is undoubtedly one of the major challenges in international search and continues to cause problems for organisations that target audiences across different regions and/or languages.
Certainly, ensuring that your content appears in front of its intended audience is easier said than done, but what exactly are the key components in an effective geo-targeting strategy? Are some components absolutely indispensable, whereas others have little or no impact?
Multilingual web marketing agency WebCertain has set out to dive deeper into the attitudes, usage and complexitites of geo-targeting by asking international search marketers to share their experiences in a short survey.
This is your chance to have your say, and find out if others are facing the same challenges in getting the right content in the right place. If you have experience in the field of geo-targeting management, please share it and help in international organisations better understand what elements are needed to develop a powerful strategy, as well as bring to light some of the major challenges posed by geo-targeting.
What’s in it for me?
- As a respondent, you’ll receive a free copy of the final report.
- In addition to the report, you’ll gain access to a vast database of international SEO and social media articles, reports, presentations etc. on WebCertain’s Global Central platform – which are all free and regularly updated.
Many thanks for contributing!
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