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The fact that http://www.productontology.org/id/Vinothek works (it redirects to http://www.productontology.org/id/Enoteca) is not because it’s called "Vinothek" in German, but because the English Wikipedia has a redirect from Vinothek to Enoteca. The PTO only uses the terms from the English Wikipedia: You can use this ontology to describe any object for ...


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Short answer: No. Long answer: Location is not a concern at all, do you mean a site with a .fr extension? There's word (no solid confirmation, though) that .com's are favored as they are harder to get while exotic ones are discounted for the opposite reason. .fr should be solid enough in either case. There may be an issue with linking and clickthrough rates ...


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You can do this using the hreflag meta tag, see https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/189077 Important to note that "each language page must identify all language versions, including itself." So yours should look something like; <link rel="alternate" hreflang="en" href="http://www.englishsite.com/somepage/" /> <link rel="alternate" ...


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According to Google itself Language targeting: Our technology can also determine the primary language of a page. If your content is in a language supported by our program, AdSense will target ads in the appropriate language to your content. We may look at the language of the pages a user is currently viewing, or has recently viewed, to determine which ...


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I added google analytics to the mobile version of my site and three days later it seems that most of the visitors either do not have a language set or a country code set. First be aware that GA only gives you a "processed" view of your actual traffic. It's purpose is to present you with statistically relevant data and only statistically relevant data. ...



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