Translations for Online Marketplaces
Online marketplaces are a great way to enter new markets — allowing you to test how your product will be received by a new audience with a relatively small budget.
In some cases, an online marketplace might be the only way to enter some foreign markets. So, it’s no surprise then that when 200 retailers with revenues over £1.7m were polled — 43% of UK retailers stated that around 30% of their online sales came from international marketplaces.
Whichever marketplace and country you are building your presence on, TranslateMedia can help you translate and adapt your copy into different languages to improve the user experience and the conversion rate of your online stores.
The following are some of the biggest international marketplaces:
The popularity of JD.com has soared to a record high. Although Alibaba’s Tmall still dominates the Chinese market when it comes to B2C, JD.com (or Jingdom Mall as it’s otherwise known) is quickly closing the gap.
With over 118 million active customers accounts and over 60,000 sellers, JD.com is a place that entrepreneurs and brands looking to enter the Chinese market cannot afford to ignore. [find out more about translating your JD.com store]
A great solution to gaining exposure and win customer loyalty in the Chinese market is to list your products in online marketplaces. Tmall is currently China’s biggest B2C online marketplace, with over 307 million active shoppers online.
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