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It doesn't matter if they aren't translations, they can be used for location specific URLs too: Use hreflang for language and regional URLs Your content has small regional variations with similar content in a single language. For example, you might have English-language content targeted to the US, GB, and Ireland. I would use hreflang in this ...


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David L says in How can the language of the Facebook "like" button be changed?: ... the language pointed out in the URL, is for the DEFAULT language of the text. However, if a person has her/his Facebook account already open, such setting is superseded by the default language of THE ACCOUNT'S language. But that will change according to each individual's ...


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You have a bit of a dilemma but not one that cannot be resolved. On the one hand you have a domain with an established trust score, site rank, and various pages with rank and links to them you do not want to lose of course. But that domain name has limitations due to the ccTLD and how they would propagate out into the search engines. The first question is: ...



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