YITH GeoIP Language Redirect for WooCommerce Premium
Users coming from different regions of the world should be automatically sent to sites that have been written in their native language.
- You will have complete control over any redirect that is determined by the visitor’s IP address, allowing you to display only ad hoc pages that are specific to a language or a nation.
- By displaying customised and relevant content to your customers, you will be able to increase the percentage of sales you make.
Let users from anywhere in the world see your website in their own language.
As a result, your online business is at last getting off the ground, and you are at last beginning to sell products in countries all over the world, not only in the nation where you are based.
Even after the pages on your website have been translated, your customers still have to figure out where on the website they can view your products in their own language.
This results in a significant decrease in the conversion rate across all countries, which renders null and worthless any efforts that were put into particularly targeting a certain region of the world in which you intended to concentrate your data analysis and financial decisions.
You may also elect to differentiate some of the content that is displayed on your sites, such as prices and shipping fees; however, because you have no control over knowing where your visitors are located, you may discover that you are compelled to show everybody the identical version of your website.
You are able to redirect users from any country to the proper version of your website instantaneously and automatically thanks to YITH GeoIP Language Redirect for WooCommerce. This is something that you are able to perform for each and every page, and even for particular files, thanks to this plugin.
Take a look at all of the advantages that this plugin has to offer, and increase your sales no matter where you are in the globe. You will have complete control over the source of your users, and you will be able to manage it in a way that is both simple and immediate.
- Make sure your website has at least one, and preferably several, redirect rules.
- Select the nation in which the redirect rule will be implemented.
- Determine the HTTP status code that will be associated with each redirect rule.
- Create a new path by basing it on:
- Your website’s actual domain name.
- custom URLs
- URLs that are specific to the user that match regular expressions
- Every single one of the posts on your website (or just one of them)
- Every page that may be found on your website (or just one of them)
- All of the categories that can be found on your website (or just a specific one)
- All of the tags that are used on your website (or just a specific one)
- Everything that is sold in your store (or just a specific one)
- The store’s previous products page
- Pick the URL of your final destination from the options below:
- A custom URL
- A post from the website
- A page from the website
- A product detail page
- A category detail page
- A tag detail page
- Select the devices for which the following redirect rules must be applied:
- All devices
- You can choose to only reroute people who are accessing the website for the very first time (after that, they will no longer be redirected, they will regularly access the selected page unless the cookie has expired)
- Users who are accessing the site from a particular nation should not be diverted.
- Exclude one or more Internet Protocol addresses from having their connections redirected.