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This is a question which doesn't have a direct answer as it really depends on your sites content, user language and user location. Ask yourself why are you doing this? To provide more targeted content for users in other countries? To provide translated content to users in other countries? Check out this very detailed and extensive resource on this topic: ...
I think if you redirect from competitor site to yours then google will show your biz when people are searching for competitor site.
Restaurants and takeaways use local rankings which is different to normal search listings, it uses NAP (Name Address Phone Number) and many other factors to determine where your business is located and the intended local audience. So, unless you sell the same food and serve the same area its generally a bad idea. Google has wised up to people purchasing ...
It depends on how you are doing the JS. Google wont index dynamic content (usually) so if you are pulling these items from a db or remote server then you could have an issue. If you are just rotating through a finite array of items by alternating css classes and those are in the static html but hidden (a jquery approach) then the site should be ok.
I'm looking at: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/35769?hl=en#design_and_content_guidelines And it states "Avoid tricks intended to improve search engine rankings.". It also suggests you make the site primarily for users. I'm not sure if users want to see text change every three seconds. Also, the contents of the H1 tag are very important to ...
How have you presented your sites address?? If it is presented as California, you are likely experiencing a two-fold effect whereas the term California is explicit and well understood as well as an exact match. Semantics is not needed. Keep in mind that the accepted abbreviation for California is CA not cal and not calif. It is not terribly likely that ...
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