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Direct visitors to my website according to their location




Following earlier recommendations, I built 2 websites for my brand  (with 2 e-commerce, 2 currencies). One in English and one in French (momecare.com and momecare.fr). But I notice that my French visitors land on the English one and get lost.

I quickly added a link with text (Francais and English) in the main navigator but it does not look good. I am not a pro and I don't code.

Any advise on how to add a flag linked to the website in the other language OR even better, make sure visitors with IP locator in France land automatically on my French website.


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Hi @France I see that you're actually running two sites. I'd be interested to hear about the challenges you've found running these.

There are a number of ways to handle this and you may want to use one or more of them in combination. For example, links, popups, geolocation, browser language, currency used and so on.

To help understand the best way to manage this, can you provide a few more details? For example, who is the French language site aimed at? France, French-speaking Europeans or customers worldwide? Same for the English speaking site.

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