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Expand your customer base by translating your product

Translate your product into high-leverage languages in order to increase your revenue.

Jérémy Mouzin translated Hercules ($1,000/mo) and he makes 16% of his revenue from these different translations. As a general rule, he recommends prioritizing English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Russian. But the most important thing is to pick the language of a country where people can afford the product. If you see people from a different country using your product in its current language, that's a great place to start. Don't forget to localize your promotional content as well. Mouzin used Tomedes to translate his app, and there are plenty of other options, like Gengo.

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