Introducing Language-Based Publishing

Introducing Language-Based Publishing

Thanks to our new language-based publishing, your designs will be showcased to a wider audience.

Understanding Language-Based Publishing

Previously, if you published a design that contains, say, German text (and therefore wasn’t eligible for international publishing), it’d only be available via the German Marketplace. However, thanks to our language-based publishing, the design will now be available on any same-language Marketplaces (in this scenario, that’d be the Austrian and German Swiss Marketplace).

When it comes to language-based publishing, the following combinations apply:

European Platform

  • German: German, Austrian, Swiss-German Marketplace
  • English: British, Irish Marketplace (Exception: In cases where English-speaking designs are suited for an international audience and not too particular in terms of regional relevance, these can also be published in other countries.)
  • French: French, Swiss-French, Belgian-French Marketplace
  • Dutch: Dutch, Belgian-Flemish Marketplace
  • Italian: Italian, Swiss-Italian Marketplace

North American Platform

  • English: American, Australian, Canadian Marketplace

In addition to international publishing, the language-based publishing will help showcase your designs to a whole new grouping of customers, thus boosting sales.

The functionality mentioned in this article is only available if you opened your account after October 20th, 2016.

Pretty simple, right? Try out the changes for yourself, and let us know what you think in the comment section.

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      International selling is not coming to our legacy user area accounts but instead we are currently working on a migration concept of partners using the old legacy user area to the partner area. We will keep you updated once we have something concrete to share.


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