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I think the best strategy for you would be to have www.brand.com/location/ and for other languages language.brand.com/location/ However, remember to tell search engines that you have same pages in different languages like this - <link rel="canonical" href="http://www.brand.com/" /> <link rel="alternate" hreflang="es" ...


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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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Having locality in the URL structure helps in your case, but if it is too complicated, there is another solution. Put your localization info in the title meta tag and include it in a <h1> tag on your page. This will help with your SEO. This creates a duplicate content issue doesn't it? It would be considered as near duplicate content if both pages ...



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