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Your search results depends on the location from where your are searching. Google search engine prefers to show local results primarily. The result shown in the is quite obvious as the content in the result pages is related to members of ottawa and dating information in Ottawa. So these results are relevant according to Google and hence have show at the ...


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Good observation! Google observes your location and then gives more preferences to pages which are listing for online dating and which provide geographical information (in this case Ottawa, Canada). Notice the URLs of okcupid.com and eharmony.com ... I visited those URLs, and the content is also quite unique (okcupid lists members in that area, and ...


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Sometimes when I am logged in to Google, it displays a different result vs when I am not logged in. I think it works by your location/GPS. Sometimes I get a different result on my phone.


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This is something that Google does on its own. Their search results, by default, are personalized to each user. It is based on factors such as location and search history.


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If pages are duplicate content or near duplicate content, then yes, it is recommended to use canonical. But in your case, your objective is to serve a different profile per geographic location. In this case, you should make your pages sufficiently different to not be considered as near duplicate content. If some pages do not reach that level of ...


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Unfortunately there are varying standards for this, and there isn't really a 'subpage' tag. I normally default to article because it seems the most appropriate. Facebook also agrees with this, as you mentioned. For specific pages within a website, the article object type should be used. I've never had any issues with this regarding indexing or SEO and ...


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Google includes distance from web user to target website as part of it's ranking algorithm. The ranking of each item in a search result is relative to the searcher. So someone performing a search in one country will see different results from someone is a different country. Why is distance a factory in ranking? Google runs a number of data centers around ...


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It really does not matter that your site is hosted in the U.S. in this case. It could be hosted in the U.K., Germany, Denmark, and so on and the results would be the same. What does matter is the .com TLD. Perhaps a .in ccTLD would perform better. I say this for a couple of simple reasons. One: Language is a priority in search. Two: Locale in some data ...



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