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It will surely boost ranking as google prefer to show the local links. The boost will be in www.google.com (US) however you wont be able to see much in other countries. "Users comes from other countries and see the page as irrelevant and increase bounce rate" This will happen anyway, currently if you have marked it as international site and anyone from ...


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Yes, you need to include both languages for each entry in the sitemap: the url you are specifying in the loc item and every alternate language version of the page. Also the hreflang="x-default" is used only for auto-redirecting homepages or selectors, so in your case it seems that both pages have a specific language: en and es, it should be written with ...


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Two points here. Conditional redirection and SEO The conditional redirection isn't a problem if correctly configured. In Google's case, they're now using "locale aware crawling", whereby their crawler employs different Accept-Language values (i.e., browser languages) and IP addresses. That being said, we don't know much about precisely what languages ...


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You need to let Googlebot crawl all your sites regardless of what country the crawler is based in. Once you disable the IP redirects for Googlobot, then Google will be able to see all your hreflangs and show the correct content to users in the Google search engine. Googlebot does most of its crawling from the US and right now, you are likely redirecting ...



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