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What's the best way to split up the multilingual parts of my site? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I structure my urls for both SEO and localization? I want to have my site available in several different languages. I've seen some sites that use country code ...
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Should I have a separate URL for each language and each page? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I structure my urls for both SEO and localization? Please be specific, I already plan to change the language based on the Accept Language header, and then any ...
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multilingual mobile site and google seo [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I structure my urls for both SEO and localization? What's the preferred SEO compliance for a mobile website that is multilingual ? I have - web: en: ...
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Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about? [duplicate]

We built a website targeting different regions but with the same English language (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders. ...
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What is better with 3 languages: domain-lang.org x 3, domain.org/lang or lang.domain.org? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I structure my urls for both SEO and localization? I have three domains for similar content in three languages. One in each. I have now been told that the ...
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Subdomains for UK and USA [duplicate]

I have a site which is multilingual. I need to target it for visitors from different countries, including United Kingdom and USA. The problem is that if I make the main site for USA, and subdomain ...
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Multiple country-specific domains or one global domain [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I structure my urls for both SEO and localization? My company currently has its main (English) site on a .com domain with a .co.uk alias. In addition, we have ...
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SEO & PageRank optimization when using translated content across three different TLDs [duplicate]

We have a website example.gr translated in three languages (Greek, English & German). We have also registered two more TLDs example.com & example.de So far, based on what the user types in ...
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Are there advantages of using hard coded URLs for localization? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I structure my urls for both SEO and localization? On the Synergy website, localization is detected (and can be overridden) but uses the same URL for all ...
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Moving one site in Webmaster Tools to more than one site [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How should I structure my urls for both SEO and localization? I have a Question and Answer site about immigration. now I divided it into 2 sites: mysite.co.uk about ...
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different content, same url, bad for SEO? [duplicate]

I want to translate the page based on the accept-language headers, do I need to redirect to /$lang or having different content(actually same content but translated) in the same url is ok?
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Translate a website with a french domain name? [duplicate]

I have a site in french and I want to have an english version. I want to know what are the best practices about domain names. Shoud I keep the name in french and add a path for both languages, like ...
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Country specific website URL for SEO [duplicate]

I am developing a new site and have two domains. One is the .com domain and the other is the country specific .in domain . The market for my products is both in India and and globally and outside of ...
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Which is good for seo - A multilingual site or different sites for different languages [duplicate]

I have my website hosted in 6 different languages in 6 different domains. Like english in mysite.co.uk, french in mysite.fr etc. Now I am facing hard time managing all the 6 websites. I am thinking ...
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Subdomain versus subdirectory

I recently moved from having a main site like www.example.com with a subdomain associated site yyy.example.com, to moving everything off the subdomain to a subdirectory like www.example.com/yyy/, with ...

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