Currently I have an ecommerce website that runs under WordPress / WooCommerce. Here I want the site to reach different locations, languages and currencies.
Currently I have the following domains structures:
www.domain.com (directed to American speakers worldwide. "Standard Domain".) en-gb.domain.com (serves UK visitors who speak English.) fr-gb.domain.com (aimed at visitors from the UK who speak French.) fr.domain.com (Target audience visitors from France who speak French.) de-fr.domain.com (aimed at visitors from France who speak English) en-ca.domain.com (aimed at visitors from Canada who speak English.) fr-ca.domain.com (aimed at visitors from Canada who speak French.)
Each subdomain targets its & # 39; assigned & # 39; Place and the language. What is the best way to handle currency? Is it just about the following:
www.domain.com (US Dollars) en-gb.domain.com (pound sterling.) fr-gb.domain.com (pound sterling.) fr.domain.com (Euro.) de-.domain.com (Euro.) en-ca.domain.com (Canadian Dollars.) fr-ca.domain.com (Canadian Dollars.)
For example, my concern is which website would be "triggered" for a British person living in France who wants sterling prices. I'm assuming traffic is low, but I'd like to know how people handled it or if it's just a limitation and you just have to deal with it.