My client wants country-based domains for their customers. For example, all customers from UK will be taken to the
.co.uk site, even if they visit the
.com site. And same for other countries.
I have used IP redirection for this. Redirection is OK.
Since all non-UK IPs are redirected to
.com site, how will Google index the
If I submit a sitemap of
.com sites to Google and have country-based IP redirection in place, will Google (or any other bot) be able to visit?
My understanding is, Google bots have IPs from USA.
.com sites have 80 % content same. Will it impact on duplicate content?