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Your indexing is going to be spotty. Google may index some of both sites. It will index mostly your international site because Google does most of its crawling from the US. Auto-redirection based on geo-IP address or the Accept-Language header hurts SEO. If you want good SEO, you can't use redirects. Google crawls from all over the world. It expects to ...


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It's not certain that Google would index the redirect, it would depend a lot on the canonical URL that is set up on both pages. In your scenario, this is a single site with a folder holding the International variation of product pages existing on the site. You're going to want to provide a canonical on both of the pages specifying which URL the crawler ...


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