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I want to create site lists from listed/selected country wise search engines that later can be used on any projects!
Please guide me to create how can i create it.
I know that search engines like Google value more country code top level domains (ccTLD) on content that is specific to residents living in said countries, that is, the website hosted at voorbeeld.nl and whose content is specific for Dutch visitors has a higher rank than voorbeeld.com
And what about voorbeeld.com.nl? Does this example is negatively affected in contrast to voorbeeld.nl?
when it’s a frozen hell hole for 8 months of the year. It never snows in most parts of the country in New Zealand and the temperature is bearable all throughout the year. You will never freeze to death in NZ, unless you climb a really tall mountain in the winter. NZ isn’t poor. Minimum wage is higher than Canadian minimum wage. But Canadians have better houses built for cold weather. We have cheaper car insurance and cheaper cars. NZ gets boring though. Not sure about Canada, never lived there. Does Canada get boring?
I realize this question is very similar to many questions already asked, but please bear with me as I haven’t been able to find any answers that apply to my situation specifically.
Basically I’m building a site that is split in two because once a user arrives on the site, they’re asked to choose their location and then they will be taken to the content for that location. The content is nearly identical for both locations, as there are only minor details changed (like price and address, etc.)
The difference here is that the two locations are two different cities within the same province of the same country. So a lot of the answers I’ve found don’t quite apply as they’re targeted more for different countries or languages.
First I’ll explain how I’ve built the site. It’s built on WordPress and just uses one domain, no subdomains or anything. There’s a landing page that has a link to each location. Upon choosing a location, you’re taken to the homepage for that location, which is the “Parent page” for that half of the site. All of the other pages for that location are children. A nav bar is served up based on the location you’ve chosen so that only links to that location are available. The URLs look like this:
My question is, do I need to be worried about duplicate content with Google, and how do I make sure that the correct location’s pages are being served to the correct people?
I’ve found a few solutions to similar questions, such as:
rel="alternate" hreflang="x"but this seems to be more for targeting different languages or at least different countries, which is not my case. As far as I understand this tag, I’d be putting in the same info for both locations anyway.
canonicalalso doesn’t quite fit as I understand that it dictates which content is the “main content”, however for me neither is the “main” content, it just depends on where the user is located. I want whichever location they’re searching for to be prioritized.
Maybe I’m just misunderstanding how some of this works, and maybe I have nothing to worry about at all. But I’ve been reading and researching for a while and I can’t find anything that speaks to my specific situation and I don’t want to get penalized for duplicate content.
Thanks in advance for the help!
I am developing a website which has 6-7 translations, the client owns the top level domain (
.de, etc.) and wants to use these domains to direct users to the gTLD subfolder. I will be using Hreflang tags on the pages, but am wondering if there will be negative consequences from the redirects?
I’m tinkering with a design for user to select a single country, or multiple countries that are historically/culturally grouped (eg United Kingdom).
Just looking for feedback, and wondering if anyone has seen something along these lines.
Dropdown 1: Region (whole world, Europe, Nth America, Sth America, SE Asia etc)
Drowdown 2: Country (all, then list of appropriate countries based on dropdown 1)
The user first selects a region (eg Europe) then an Country (eg Germany).
If Country=All, then the search results will return all countries in the selected region (or all countries if region=whole world).
Changing region changes the options in the Country list.
One issue I have is how to deal with regions like United Kingdom. Ignoring Brexit, the UK countries are also in the Europe region. One country being in multiple regions is not a problem. The problem is there are quite a few regions like this (UK, British Isles, Balkans, Caribbean etc). I can absolutely see users wanting to have results returned for “all countries in the UK”.
Should I just have lots of regions? All world, continents (EU, Africa etc), then these special subsets (UK etc)? Or would you go All world, then Continents+SpecialRegions [sorted a-z]?
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