Advanced Targeting by Language

advanced targeting by language reportsAlong with our roll out of the three new plans a couple months ago, we have been busy at work adding new features to the service in order to allow you to get the very most out of your links.  

Previously, we allowed you to create advanced targets based off of country, device, date, and operating system in order to better advertise to your customers and get them to the correct destination to purchase your products. Our newest addition to the lineup, however, will now allow you to target your audience on a much deeper level.

Introducing Advanced Targeting by Language!

Advanced targeting by language

If you are selling to a global audience, it is most likely that not everyone in that audience speaks the same language. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could send these customers to a different landing page based off of their language? Well now you can!

Whether you have individual landing pages or if you would simply like to send customers to different storefronts that better suits their needs, our advanced targeting by language will allow you to advertise to your audience on a much more granular level.

For example, European countries have multiple languages spoken in each country, which can make it difficult to effectively promote products in these areas.  With language targeting though, you can now create separate landing pages specifically translated for each language, and use a single link that will automatically send your customers to the correct landing page based off of their preference.

Learn more about your audience.
advanced targeting by language reports

In addition to being able to target based off of language, you can also view your clicks and commissions by language, to get a better idea of who your audience is and what their preferences are.

Stay tuned for more in the coming months, as we have a lot more amazing features in the pipeline! 

Cheers,

Team Geniuslink

 

Note: This feature is currently only available for our power plan users.  

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