Do you plan to move your website to the global level with the goal of reaching out to a wider range of customers worldwide? Were there situations when switching to different store view didn't work? Have your customers ever complained about being constantly directed to the store view in different languages? If the answer to any of the above is Yes you better keep reading. any store switching issues happen because of the absence of the alternate tags on your website. Alternate tags are tags you set for different pages of your website to define that there are alternative pages for the corresponding one in some different languages. Setting hreflang tags for your website pages you help Google know which pages to direct your customers. This helps to avoid content duplication, store switching issues and improve your website's SEO since you reach a wider audience from all over the world.
Magento 2 Alternate Hreflang primary function is set alternate tags for Magento 2 store pages easily without any technical skills.
Magento 2 Alternate Hreflang extension doesn't use any customer data at all and operates exclusively withing the Magento instance, so there is no GDPR policy violation.
Magento 2 Alternate Hreflang Extension installation could be done in 2 different ways: Individual - customer installs the module himself via Composer or using the archive and FTP. ( There is step-by-step guide provided) Magefan Installation - customer can buy the Installation service.
Some technical expertise required
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Marketing Function Customer Acquisition, Customer Engagement and Retention, GlobalizationFor Use By
Company Type B2B
Company Size Any size
Geographic Scope Multi-national
Market/Industry Specialization Business Software & Services