Our blog series on multilingual websites continues with a deep dive into your options for the back-end setup. An endeavor tailor-made for tech gurus, but nevertheless important to understand as a business leader.
Once you’ve decided whether to target by country or language, it’s time to determine which website domain structure best suits your needs; country or language based structures.
Step 3 of our eBook “Insider’s Guide to Launching a Multilingual Website” explores the many options for setting up your international website. From country code Top-Level Domains to generic Top-Level Domains and everything in between, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. But not to worry—Acclaro has decades of experience partnering with development teams in choosing the right approach.
If you haven’t already, download our eBook now to see what’s involved and to discover other tips and tricks involved in a successful multilingual website launch.
Up next is Step 4, which looks at front-end considerations, including the management of your content. If you’ve been wondering whether WordPress, Drupal, Craft CMS or AEM is the best platform for your needs, you won’t want to miss this one!