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Marketing to a Foreign Country

One of the big mistakes Internet marketers often make is restrict their focus onto their domestic market. It’s obviously a good place to start as you have whole host of advantages starting close to home. You know how people think, know where to advertise and delivery isn’t complicated by overseas taxes and different delivery options.

However it’s vital any successful online business uses the potential to expand across the world in order to survive. The main reason is to diversify your markets, selling goods and services over the internet can be extremely lucrative yet it can also be volatile. You can spend years promoting a web site and spending small fortunes on SEO to wake up one morning and find your website traffic has disappeared. Diversifying into different countries doesn’t guarantee this won’t happen but can help buffer a business if it does.

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Imagine you sold custom silver jewelry to the UK market via a combination of organic traffic to your website and PPC to Facebook and Google. All of these are vulnerable, your organic traffic could disappear for any number of reasons plus PPC costs can easily rise through competition making then less than viable.

IT makes sense for such a supplier to look abroad using the internet as a medium of selling. One method is to target countries individually for example a sensible choice in this case despite the Brexit result would be France. Delivery fees and times would be similar and there’s a high demand for fashion products. Marketing and advertising is still possible and achieved easily through a French IP address and using the region targeting that all PPC interfaces give you access to.

This video demonstrates how you can use a France proxy to access the market just as if you had a branch in Paris!

It’s certainly worth using this method in the inital stages of research for the simple reason that it allows you to browse the web in the same way a French person would. It also allows you to access sites particularly local advertising sites which often only allow access to people with a French IP address.

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