I'm currently working on a multi-language website. I want to target different regions and each region should have its own site. I currently have two languages for my website: Dutch and English. So I can choose to have
But I want to target Belgian users (that speak Dutch) and all English speaking countries (UK, US and CA) as well. So I thought it is better to do this:
/nl/ will have exactly the same content. The
/ca/ too. I think my website will attract more people if they see their own country code in the URL.
Now, there are a lot of questions about duplicate content with multi-language websites, but I can't find an answer for this question in particular. Can I target users with the
hreflang attribute this way or should I only keep the