We have two sites with minor regional differences, but largely the same page content:

  • www.example.com (English speaking global market)
  • us.example.com (English speaking Americas market)

Right now, the canonical URLs for each site point at themselves.

What is the best practice for setting up the canonical URLs on these sites?

When Googling from the UK, we see US results, can anyone explain why they wouldn't be hidden?

In the last few months, we've noticed that Google is no longer indexing a large majority of the pages on www.example.com. However, all the pages on us.example.com are still being indexed.

Can you explain why this would be happening?


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