I am looking for someone who has built a website in an Asian country, and got it listed in LOCAL (Asian) search engines. If that sounds like you, I will pay you to fill out the following questionnaire. (Please give me a reasonable bid, and I will accept it. RAC allows me to accept more than one bid, so if you can give me good thoughtful answers, I will accept all reasonable bids.) See Deliverables (below) for questionnaire.
Answers to the following questions. Here's the questionnaire: ------------------------- 1. What is your name? 2. In which country do you currently reside? 3. Have you always lived there? 4. If not, what other countries have you lived in? 5. What is your primary language? 6. What other language(s), if any, do you speak? 7. Which website(s) have you been promoting locally? 8. What product or service do you offer/sell? 9. Have you translated your website into a language other than your own? 10. If so, please give a detailed explanation of how you went about it. 11. Who provides webhosting for your site(s) in this market? 12. Are you satisfied with the results? 13. Do you have any local domains? (.de in Germany, .fr in France, etc.) 14. If so, how did you register them? Where? 15. Aside from your own country, which other countries have you specifically and deliberately marketed your websites in? 16. Please describe - as precisely as you can - how you went about marketing your site(s). Search engines / directories? 17. Did you use the services of local SEOs (Search Engine Optimizers) or other localization consultants when promoting your website? 18. If so, which ones? And are you satisfied with the results? 19. Are you aware of any SEOs other than the one(s) you've used? Who? 20. Are you using any non-US Pay-Per-Click or Pay-For-Inclusion search engines? 21. If so, which ones? And which seem to be working best for you? 22. Are you involved in any other traditional marketing concepts abroad, such as banner exchanges, affiliate programs, FFA pages, exit exchanges, traffic exchanges, etc.? If so, please identify which ones and rate their effectiveness. 23. What has proven to be your best local marketing tool? 24. What, if anything, isn't working as well as you thought it would? 25. Approximately how many non-US visitors do you receive a month? 26. Overall, how well do they convert to sales? 27. What type of conversion are you going for? (A sale, an email signup, a software download, etc.) 28. Are you considering experimenting in other markets? 29. If so, which ones? 30. If you knew then what you know now, what would you do differently when you started marketing your website in your country? 31. What advice would you give to someone who is considering marketing their website in your country? 32. Please add here any additional comments you'd care to make about translation, foreign marketing, search engines, software localization, or any other issues that you'd like to address: