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Hi All, I have a website which has two language options. Regional and English. I have used sub directories to target these two regional sites. www.website.com/regional www.website.com/english but my home page www.website.com i have redirected to /regional/ directory. Is it a good practice; Am i loosing out on anything by doing this kind of redirection here. Should I make www.website.com as a regional site and /english/ a directory. The readership for the website is 50% regional and 50% English. Hence the ...
anybody know if google knows to translate domains name to english? for example, if i buy bonjour-madam.com , or whatever, he can know its "good morning lady".com? nope, they doesn't do that, i am pretty sure about this Originally Posted by amircx anybody know if google knows to translate domains name to english? for example, if i buy bonjour-madam.com , or whatever, he can know its "good morning lady".com? NOt understanding your motive for asking this question. If you use Google translator, the page is ...
anybody know if google knows to translate domains name to english? for example, if i buy bonjour-madam.com , or whatever, he can know its "good morning lady".com? nope, they doesn't do that, i am pretty sure about this Quote: Originally Posted by amircx anybody know if google knows to translate domains name to english? for example, if i buy bonjour-madam.com , or whatever, he can know its "good morning lady".com? NOt understanding your motive for asking this question. If you use Google translator, the page ...
I've encountered a few questions lately, about websites that have more than one language available. Now, everybody knows that there are different ways of doing this ... like www.example.com/eng/ for english and www.example.com/ger/ for german or making subdomains like ... english.example.com or german.example.com ... anyway, you know the drill. But from an SEO point of view, which category would be more adequate ? Do you loose or win anything in one of the described above methods ? Does G put any ...
I am revamping my website from a site search service provider to a question and answer type of site. You can take a look at it http://www.JiansNet.com As you can see, I have both Chinese and English content up there. I am wondering if it makes sense to make two websites, say, en.JiansNet.com for English and cn.JiansNet.com for Chinese (and English)? But by splitting the backend database into two, it adds complexity to manage two websites, rather than just one website to maintain. Please provide some ...
This website - http://www.visittoppen.com/ - contains three languages on the same domain in three different subfolders: http://www.visittoppen.com/en/ (english - also the language in the root) http://www.visittoppen.com/de/ (german) http://www.visittoppen.com/dk/ (danish) The website can be found on Google but only truly in one language - danish - which is the country the site is hosted in, but not the default language etc. I am puzzled why this is so. Is the structure just really bad if you want all three ...
im using a chinese simplified windows, but i want to use google in english, what should I do? OMG no! It says "Google in english" at the bottom It's much more easier Google.com won't work for you? If it won't, you can use an American proxy server so that Google thinks you're visiting it from the USA. Try: http://www.publicproxyservers.com/index.html http://www.google.com/ncr
Hi everyone, I am wondering, why one of my two sites has such a low PR. It's in German, with a PR4: www.umdiewelt.de The other site is in English (PR2, that's ok, only one PR3 link coming in): www.break-fresh-ground.com They are cross-linked, while most (almost all) linking pages have a PR0. This way - www.break-fresh-ground.com has 855 incoming PR0 links from the German site - while www.umdiewelt.de has 147 incoming PR0 links from the English site Could this be a reason for the PR4? And would you suggest ...
Do people who use other google engines like france, china and all other places search in english sometimes. Also where can i find a list of all google sites in different languages ie the french google, the italian google etc. Thanks. Originally Posted by Brad123 Also where can i find a list of all google sites in different languages ie the french google, the italian google etc. Thanks. http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en At the bottom of the page Yes, people who use the internet a lot use english ...
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