I’m trying to work out the best Webflow architecture for my use case.
We have four sales markets: China, US, India, and “global”. Each of these markets have their own requirements from our product, so while the general sitemap is the same, they have their own copy and graphics. We had 4 spaces on Contentful and did an IP route so depending on your geographic location, you’d go to xxx.com/en-us/ or xxx.com/en-in/, etc. The content wasn’t “dynamic” in the true sense of the word, it was 4 static websites with a reverse proxy.
I’m trying to work out how to structure this on Webflow. I see two options:
- One project, with duplicate pages for “shared” content like ‘about us’
- Four projects, with duplicate everything
In both cases, we would reverse proxy to send users to the right site. I’m worried about SEO implications for (2), but having four projects would be much easier to maintain. I can hand off a whole project to someone else without worrying they’re going to break the others.
Has anybody implemented something like this? Thoughts?