Today, PayPal launched their new Global Sellers program to help ease the process of selling internationally. PayPal partnered with “Plug & Play” solution provider, Webinterpret, to offer a range of services including:
Localized checkout and payments
Reduced-cost international shipping
Improved international indexing
Increased online traffic
According to the Global Sellers website, “we know where online buyers are browsing from, so if your store is available in their country we’ll automatically inform them with a message in their language.”
The plugin takes around 15 minutes to download, install and configure on your store. Once installed, you will be able to automatically offer your products in multiple languages and currencies. The plugin will create 60+ international versions of your store in the local language and currency and offer local shipping options.
The beta version of Global Sellers has been available in the U.K. for the past nine months, but the service will now be live for all eligible merchants in the U.S., U.K. and Germany.
It supports the following ecommerce platforms:
Even though the plugin is free, it is only available to certain merchants. Merchants that have shopping cart compatibility and more than $5,000 total payment volume with PayPal are eligible for the program.
To read more, please see: PayPal launches Global Sellers program to help merchants localize for international markets.
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Natalie was born and raised in Montana where she graduated from The University of Montana with a degree in Business Administration. Her international experience includes two summer programs, one at The European Business School in Germany and the other at The University of Brescia in Italy. She studied a variety of global business subjects including international business, trade, culture and language. Key projects for her undergrad studies included meeting with executives from large corporations such as Lufthansa, Opel and The European Central Bank as well as working with the design team on the marketing plan for the 2015 World Fair in Milan, Italy. She has a range of global event management experience including organization of the Annual Mansfield Conference on the Middle East and the China Town Hall meeting series. Her hobbies include beading, yoga, cooking, reading, being outdoors and traveling.More Content by Natalie Williams