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Setting Up Your Website Based On How You Will Want To Sell To Your Targets

As a business, you should ideally set up a website for your business on the internet, you are most likely to make more money, in your business, with this. You will generally need to set up your website based on how you will be selling to your targets locally, nationally or globally.

Once you’ve done some research (that is, the business researches that your business will need to do to profit) to determine and choose, the niche(s) and targets that you will be selling to in your business, and you have determined (through such researches), whether you will be selling to all your targets together, as a single audience, or specifically per country, language and/or location, you can then set up your website, to target a single audience, or one or more countries, languages, locations and/or audiences, based on that.

The following are some examples of some of the several ways you may choose to set up your website, based on how you would want to sell to your targets

  • One main page (hub) for all your targets (that is, if you choose to treat all your targets together as a single audience)
  • One main page (hub) and subpages (hubs) for different countries
  • One main page (hub) and subpages (hubs) for different languages
  • One main page (hub) and subpages (hubs) for different countries and locations
  • One main page (hub) and subpages (hubs) for different sub-targets
  • One main page (hub) and subpages (hubs) for different products
  • Different pages (hubs) for different countries
  • Different pages (hubs) for different countries and locations
  • Different pages (hubs) for different languages
  • etc

A page (hub), whether it is a main page, subpage etc could be

  • A web page with some links to other pages or posts on your website
  • A blog with some links to other pages or posts on your website

The following are some of how you can use this in your business.

If you are selling shoes for instance, you may choose to set up your website with

Example 1

  • One main Shoe page (hub) for a single audience (that is, if you treat all your targets together as a single audience)

Example 2

  • One main Shoe page (hub) for a single audience (that is, if you treat all your targets together as a single audience)
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Australia
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Canada
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Ireland
  • One subpage Shoe hub for South Africa
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Spain
  • One subpage Shoe hub for United Arab Emirates
  • One subpage Shoe hub for United Kingdom
  • etc

Example 3

  • One main Shoe page (hub) for a single audience (that is, if you treat all your targets together as a single audience)
  • One subpage Shoe hub in English
  • One subpage Shoe hub in French
  • One subpage Shoe hub in Spanish
  • One subpage Shoe hub in Arabic
  • One subpage Shoe hub in German
  • etc

Example 4

  • One subpage Shoe hub for Australia
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Canada
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Ireland
  • One subpage Shoe hub for South Africa
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Spain
  • One subpage Shoe hub for United Arab Emirates
  • One subpage Shoe hub for United Kingdom
  • etc

Example 5

  • One main Shoe page (hub) for a single audience (that is, if you treat all your targets together as a single audience)
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Women Shoes
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Men Shoes
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Boys’ Shoes
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Girls’ Shoes
  • etc

Example 6

  • One main Shoe page (hub) for a single audience (that is, if you treat all your targets together as a single audience)
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Women Shoe Users
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Gift Shoe Buyers
  • One subpage Shoe hub for Shoe Collectors
  • etc

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