Immanuel Simonsen

Survey: Working With Multilingual Search Agencies & Local Search Engines

questions-landscapeIn 2012 one story after the other was published here on the site about the massive potential of going global, with especially the rapidly emerging BRIC countries receiving lots of attention.

While no one can dispute the great economic potential of targeting these mastodons, many businesses continue to refrain from doing so due to language barriers, use of local search engines, cultural differences, legal issues, or for entirely different reasons. Others, however, have already made the leap and are beginning to reap the rewards despite initial obstacles.

Whether you have a lot of experience or are a rookie (or anything in between) when it comes to working with multilingual search agencies and local search engines, we would like to hear from you in this very brief survey. This one actually only takes two minutes to fill out.

Thank you very much!

Immanuel Simonsen

Immanuel Simonsen

Research Manager at Webcertain
As the Research Manager of multilingual web marketing agency Webcertain, Immanuel heads up the company’s global market research activities and large content marketing projects. He is the author of several reports and guides, including ‘The Essential Guide to Rel-Alternate-Hreflang’ and ‘The Webcertain Global Search and Social Report 2013’. Apart from being a tutor at the International Marketing School -- teaching online marketing professionals on business opportunities around the globe -- Immanuel is a regular speaker at the International Search Summit, a leading event series dedicated to multilingual search and social media marketing.

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