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Apr 05, 2022
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Today's question Ask SEO is from David in California, who asks:“I have a .us domain. I just bought the same .com as well. From an SEO standpoint, does it matter what I use? My goal right now is to stick to .us and redirect any .com traffic to the original URL. thoughts? ”Hi David, It’s a big question and something that comes up constantly. It happens so often that you can see a lot of trials like Bill Hartzer. I personally use country-based TLDs (top-level domains) as well as keyword-based TLDs for branding purposes. But to answer your question, we need to think about what will be best for your end users. advertising Continue reading below Google may whatsapp phone number list enjoy a country -based TLD for people searching in that country if there is no better content and UX to display on specific requests. You also want to check and make sure you have your country/language statement in your brand if you are not just focusing on that country. It is a logical assumption that a TLD residing in a country such as .us is acceptable when the above is true. This is because Google should expect the local language and content to be relevant to people searching. But keep in mind that no matter what the TLD, the page the person will be sitting on must have values ​​such as .org and .com. advertising Continue reading below If you’re a printer and only looking for traffic in the United States, this might be for you. But you have to think about the user as well. Many users know and trust the end of .com in a domain.
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