Going International on Google

by Anthony Shapley

This blog post serves as a guide – and shares a whole bunch of information and configuration advice with regards to taking your business international on Google. Sub Folders VS Sub Domains Firstly – do you have an internationally target-able domain name? Google only recognizes certain domain extensions as ‘international' so for example davidnaylor.co.uk, or bronco.co.uk is very unlikely to perform well on the international stage, you can see what domain names Google recognizes here.

Once you've figured that out, you also then have to consider whether to use your current or a new single domain VS having a domain for each country. We've created a table below explaining the advantages and disadvantages to each:

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Conferences – 2016

by David Naylor

I will be speaking at a few conferences this year and I will be keeping this list below updated. If you would like me to speak at your conference just get in touch. Ungagged, London – June 23/24th. Speaking on – Dave's Spaghetti Western of Links – from A Fist

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