Geolocating whole pages

Hi there (I’m new to the community, though have been using Unbounce for the last couple of months).

Is there a way to restrict individual pages to certain geographies? I see that you can do it with pop ups & sticky bars, but am wanting to create a page in French for french users, the same page in German for German users and so on…

Is this posible?

Many thanks,
Andrea

I know there are many ways in unbounce using various scripts to detect all kinds of geo data to display or not display elements. You can try some of these https://community.unbounce.com/t/geo-location-script

If your page is not too large this may be the route you want to take. However, if we are talking the entire LP and there is a lot of content, images, the form, etc., that all need to change the best way to do this is at the domain level with redirection or just a single page as a gateway with redirection scripts.

There are also some great services that can do the heavy lifting as well like https://geotargetly.com/

Or, you could just create the separate LPs for each region and run region-specific ad campaigns to drive traffic to them.

But, there could be another way that I am unaware of. You’d have to ask @UnbounceTechTeam

Hope that helps.

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That’s really helpful thank you! I’ve just found one way around it which is creating geo-targeted pop ups to appear on a standard page, asking if users want the page in Spanish (etc) and then redirecting them to a Spanish version, but I’ll have a good look at the links you’ve mentioned… thanks again so much!

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Yup, that works too. Kinda like the gateway page idea. Good stuff!