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You can host your website anywhere with good connectivity and get good rankings for a particular area - Google likely keys off the domain suffix more then the IP address (which hints at actual location). That said, page speed is taken into consideration so having stuff on the opposite side of the world might hurt -but that's not really the case here. ...


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You can do this with DNS if you use a service such as Route53: DNS GeoProximity Trafic Routing If you wanted to setup your own DNS server to do this kind of thing you could look into technologies such as GeoDNS with BIND. A different approach would be to use load balancing software such as HAProxy to geolocate the user, and then pass the traffic to your ...


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There are ways to target people by household income depending upon the Country. Ref: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/2580383?hl=en Even if you don't use household income targeting, the quality of your leads will improve with time provided you use a smart bidding strategy like target CPA bidding. If low-end devices and operating systems don't ...


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Google won't be able to index your site. Googlebot will encounter tons of errors when trying to crawl your site. To get good SEO: The URLs for the different country content need to be different (including the home page.) All content for both countries needs to be accessible from around the world. This is because Googlebot does not crawl content for a ...


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If your concern is whether Googlebot will come to learn the "global" and "local" structures of the site, then itemize each version in your XML site map, add/inject the appropriate hreflang tags to the head section of each page, and use breadcrumbs (https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/breadcrumb) to further indicate how ...


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You can use city-specific URLs if you are targeting multi-county and multi-city markets. It's a clearly to tell google your geo targeting site structures. Though I would suggest you not to use duplicate content for various cities, but to edit the content to be location specific. For your global content, you can simply set up a default page and use hreflang ...


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IP geolocation technology is right for you. It detects visitors locations based on their IPs. There are tools available redirect visitors to location-specific URLs accordingly based on locations(like countries) they are visiting from. You can set up redirecting rules for individual markets, associated with separate links.


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