We have noticed that many ecommerce owners experience problems with managing multilingual stores. It is not easy to find the time in the busy schedule to read all Google help threads on this topic, that is why we prepared a free webinar summarizing the most frequent issues with multilingual stores and giving actionable solutions to these problems.
The matter of optimizing the site in several languages is crucial because if not implemented correctly, it may result in content duplicate issues, site errors which prevent from getting enough traffic and be a reason for negative user experience. On other hand, large multilingual sites have many advantages which they can capitalize on. One of such solutions is building Magento-based marketplace for other online sellers.
During our webinar which we will hold together with Magecom – a team of Magento certified developers specializing in site design, development and advanced functionality – we will tell your how to grow your store and increase sales revenue through search engine optimization and giving place for third-party ecommerce vendors.
Key points of the upcoming webinar:
- Deadly sins of multilingual Magento SEO
- Structure and on-site factors that influence rankings
- Best practices to ensure fast and smooth indexation
- Overview of online marketplaces, their types and specific features
- Analysis of most popular marketplaces: vendor access, payments, order fulfillment
- Solutions for building a Magento-based marketplace, pros and cons
The session will take place on March 24, 2014 at 9:00 AM PST. Don’t hesitate and join us by filling in the form below!
About the speakers:
Olga Okhrimenko, Project Manager at Magecom company with 5 years experience specializing in e-commerce websites built on Magento platform.
Elena Ruchko, a GA certified individual and enthusiastic online marketer, who possesses experience in SEO, content marketing and social media. She is passionate about everything connected with internet marketing and thinks it is as a key element of company’s success these days. Currently Elena works as a marketing assistant at Promodo.com.