We know that South America's native-speaking language Portuguese (Brazil) and Spanish (Spain, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, etc.). My keyword targeting audience to South American users.

I want to take a second-level domain example.com.es (Spain) that will run with a micro-niche blog website and will need to target both country + language.

Now, Can I rank South American's Spanish language country with example.com.es?

Can I get any SEO facilities for Spanish 2 letter language code - es

and for Portuguese language example.com.es/pt

that's a good or bad strategy?


There are not ccTLP content restrictions. You can put, for example, english content inside an .es (Spain) ccTLP.

In my opinion using a country to target an specific language audience is an error, because the language is above the countries.

Try to use an generic TLP like, com, net, org or the new ones as online, site, etc ...

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