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The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a non-profit organisation responsible for the root-level infrastructure, policy and governance of the Internet. Principally they: Work closely with Domain Name Registries that have chosen to enter into a contract with ICANN for governance, technical assistance and dispute resolution etc. ...


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This is related to how the new TLD are administered. Old TLDs can be administered by several parties (.com, .org, .net, .biz, etc . . .) so there is competition in the field because it was viewed as a monopoly when first setup (those TLDs started at $50 back in the day through Network Solutions.) The new rights to .anythinggoes are purchased by a single ...


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.app is only a proposed gTLD and as such there is no release date from ICANN yet.


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Google will customize search results according to a number of different factors. This means that different users will see different results. These factors include, but are not limited to: Your search term (obviously). Previously-visited websites. Country (local search). i.e. Somebody searching for "football" in America will receive a different result than ...


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Just try to get some links from reputable websites in Burma. Edit: There are a numerous factors Google is using to rank websites, as @Max said. I think that in this case, it needs to be decided if local or global market are more important. If the Burmese market is more important, then focus should be on gaining links from reputable Burmese websites in the ...


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This is quite interesting as people often have the opposite problem, their site ranks well in their local Google, but not so well in Google.com. As well as from the Geo target settings in Webmaster Tools, Google also looks at other factors to try and figure out where a website is based and might rank in. Such as server location, country specific content on ...



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