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You shouldn't redirect. You say "The system of my website determines the language of the browser", but you need to look into that more. It is not as reliable as you think. It is certainly not reliable enough to redirect. There are two ways to determine the language of the user: Use the Accept-Language header which usually comes with a language and ...


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Whichever way you go is largely dependent on the way your site is written and what ability you have to control the site structure. Using URL parameters is generally a bad idea as many crawlers including Google consider URL parameters as a low value signal when they even consider them at all. Common ways include using sub domains for separating your languages,...


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If you are using an analytics platform like Google Analytics you can check how much organic traffic are those languages generating. If you remove them, you will not rank anymore and therefore you will lose all that traffic. If you are using Google Search Console you can also check the SEO impact they are generating in the performance report filtering by ...


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