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Geo-targeting content

Hi! I’ve got a website which has customers mainly in the UK, Australia, NZ and USA.

The product really can be used by any country anywhere, so I make the website a .com worldwide website (not a website for each region).

The problem is there are one or two places where I do want geo-specific content. For example on the Pricing page, the template and all the content on the page can be the same across the world, but I just need the pricing to change depending on what country you are viewing the page from.

(Ideally I would also change the ‘Contact Us’ numbers to be geo-specific as well, and automatically recognise what country a form is being submitted from without having to have a country field - but I’m happy to live with other workarounds for these… the main problem is that pricing).

Does Webflow have anything built in here that can help these pricing figures change by country?

I did some looking into it and I did find a company called Geolify ( that seems to help with this as a third party tool. But there is a bit of complexity and coding there (and apparently no integration with Weblow), so I’m not sure if it will give me what I’m after. Ideally it would be in Webflow itself. Or maybe there is another solution here that I’m not considering?

Thank you so much in advance, and here is my site FYI:



I also wonder :blush:

Continuing the discussion from Geo-targeting content:

GeoTargetly is a newer version of Geolify linked to in the previous topic, but that topic is locked.
If you’re looking into adding geo location specific changes to your site, you could give this one a try:

Not affiliated, but it’s been useful to me.

I’m looking to use Webflow to build a website for one of my clients. One of the requirements is to be able to serve specific content to their visitors based on the 4-6 surrounding cities their customers would visit the site from. I wanted to open this discussion a little more to see what options are available with the Webflow product before I decide to move forward in this direction. So… seems to have the full solution (at a cost) and therefore can be used from any website Webflow included. is cheaper but it seems you’d have to build your own use case? could this be easily done in WebFlow is even more expensive

They seem as if they target web developers who have multiple sites. or at least large number of requests. Does anyone have some more insight on this topic, specifically with the use of Webflow and smaller companies.