Editor’s note: The following is a guest post from our friends at Weglot.
Taking your WooCommerce store international can open you up to a huge potential customer base that’s interested in purchasing your products or services.
If your offerings are familiar and have appeal across different countries then the benefits of being able to sell to those customers hardly need to be elaborated on.
The only question is: how do you go about doing that?
In this post, we’ll go over the five key steps you need to follow in order to get started and set up a fully-functional WooCommerce store that can cater to customers across different countries, currencies, and languages.
The best part is that you can do all of this without setting up multiple sites, negatively impacting your site’s SEO, or incurring huge up-front costs.
How to set up an international WooCommerce store Design for different languages Translate your content Add regional options for payment processing Secure your WooCommerce checkout Calculate taxes based on the customer’s region
Sound good? Let’s get right into it!
1. Design for different languages
The first thing that you need to keep in mind when catering to customers across different countries with