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Setting No County in Webmaster Tools

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NoHoneyWithoutMoney, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. NoHoneyWithoutMoney

    NoHoneyWithoutMoney Regular Member

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    I have tried as soon as i set UK /Us or which ever country in webmaster tools ,Google will give me lot better serps in that specific country

    but if i am trying to target a Global search , does it works the same way that i leave it open ?
     
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    supaH Junior Member

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    It will probably take longer to get up in the SERP's simply because it is drawing from the entire world and not just a single country
     
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    NoHoneyWithoutMoney Regular Member

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    Thanks any one else want to share their idea
     
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    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    there is nothing like '' global search '' , everything on google search engine works on local actually . Setting the option on the webmaster tools it's helping you when you wanna do some changes from the pre-defined choose already made . Only way to leave the option '' unchecked '' and give to the google the option to treat the domain without this it's to use .com / .org ( general tlds most of them ) and don't touch it :) . For example domains from co.uk will be set automatically to uk , and dot us will be set automatically for us ... it's quite normal I think .