Taking Your Startup Global: Quick Tips for Ranking in Other Regions

In 2015, your successful business needs to translate — preferably, across borders and languages too, especially if you run an e-commerce based startup. Short of translating all your existing materials — a potentially costly and time-consuming process — how and where do you even start? To find out, we asked eight entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council what first steps they recommend you take and why. Kyle Clayton of Set Jet says to start blogging If you want to start ranking well in other regions or languages. It takes a while for search engines to begin displaying your content, so getting something posted is key. Lane Campbell of Syntress SCDT says you should make sure you have your company’s contact information in a prominent place on your website. And Mina Chang of Linking the World says that you must take different cultures into consideration.