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Local SEO ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by anhbloginc, Aug 3, 2015.

  1. anhbloginc

    anhbloginc Power Member

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    Hi,

    I've running a .us site and ranked #1, #2 in some keyword in Google.com US, but in other like Google.co.in or Google.co.uk, it's no where.

    I just want to ask anyone here has experience before about SEO for each local ? What I should to do to get in there ?
     
  2. Andrew Scherer

    Andrew Scherer Senior Member

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    International SEO is advanced stuff, I haven't messed with it a lot but I know that where you host the site plays a role.
     
  3. PreacherJesse

    PreacherJesse Registered Member

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    Agreed. It's how Google adds value to a user's experience. If you're Google and a user is browsing in UK, you'll want to serve that user relevant sites from the UK first before showing results from everywhere else.

    This might help you but I'm not sure to what extent.

    Good luck. :)
     
  4. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    You need to build backlinks with the geographic anchor text you want to rank in. Such as "product name UK" and also setup landing pages with the desired keywords and geographic locations you want to rank in. If you have a single page make sure to mention that your product is available in UK or whatever country you want to target. Try to mention some local terms without going to the point of keyword stuffing.