I've done quite a bit of reading but haven't found a good answer to this. That's why I am posting. I am currently ranked #5 for a keyword on google.com&gl=US and nowhere to be found either on google.com&gl=UK or google.co.uk. The competition is not fierce, but substantial (500K results intitle). The ranking page is the homepage, most of incoming links point to it. The keyword is NOT EMD. I can find my site in google.co.uk somewhere on page 6 for the exact domain match query, but not for the keyword. My goal is to get a similar or better ranking on google.co.uk without losing my position on google.com&gl=US. The domain is an .org, and I really don't want to mess with webmaster tools geo settings. I bought thesamedomain.co.uk, now what do I do with it? What do you think of the following plan: 1. Put up a mirror on the .co.uk 2. Have a British writer rewrite the main page article, throwing in some UK spelling and geography. 3. Put up some usephul UK addresses and phone numbers on all pages. 4. Put a sitewide link with the keyword anchor from the .org to the .co.uk 5. Sprinkle with some easy links from .co.uk domains just in case. (xrumer/sb/manual comments). Would that be enough? What should I put as the anchor in .org-->.co.uk link, "keyword" or "keyword in uk"? Can you recommend some good .co.uk web 2.0s? What should I put as the anchor in the easy links (xrumer/sb)?