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Which English is better for making new site?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by yordanov, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. yordanov

    yordanov Regular Member

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    Hello all,
    I am wondering when you are making any website which language do you use: American English or British English?
     
  2. sashablack

    sashablack Elite Member

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    I say American English, since its the most popular and used almost everywhere!
     
  3. Orbit143

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    American english is simpler I think. I prefer simple things.
     
  4. sturose

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    Is there really much difference apart from a few minor spelling differences?
     
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    Wouldn't matter unless you were specifically creating a site for the US or UK.
     
  7. timsmith101

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    like people have already said, American is more popular, but obviously depending on your location, demographic etc.
     
  8. CraigyDavi

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    I always use British English on my websites, I never get any problems.
     
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    I think you should use British english.
     
  10. BassTrackerBoats

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    American... if you use British English you have to drink your beer warm.
     
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    Decide based on your target market
     
  12. HostKnight

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    There really isn't much difference.

    I doubt it would matter for SEO.
     
  13. ryandipranata

    ryandipranata Registered Member

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    Based your market target
    American english more popular
     
  14. Lalalaenhund

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    Just avoid Cheap Indian English...
     
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    The one that will give you the most sales easily. :D