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Published 2 months agoMon, 08 Jul 2019 03:54:58 -0700

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Tags: global seo, international seo

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Hi,

I want to rank my website globally. My website ranking for google.co.in is good but not in other versions of Google(Google uk, Google Canada, etc.) so can anyone help me?

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0 Posted by manashree 2 months ago 🕓 Posted at 08 July, 2019 03:54 AM PDT
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A few general questions that would help to understand/answer your specific situation:

  • What language is your site's content in? If your content is in not-English, it may affect your ability to rank for Google's domains for English-speaking countries.
  • Are the keywords local keywords (e.g., "best lawyer," "web developers in Chicago," etcetera)? If your terms are influenced by location, sites specific to the region may have an advantage. E.g., "best lawyer" may still show UK based companies on Google UK even though the query didn't specify a region explicitly.
  • Is the competition for your niche on Google US/UK/Canada harder than what you're seeing on Google India? It's possible that your site is still in search results, but further back due to larger amounts of competition.

Also, is the site and/or the site's SEO/backlink profile spammy? It seems to be the case that some of the Google domains for non-western countries use algorithms that are more tolerant of "spammier" SEO tactics. To paraphrase some guy:

You can rank websites on non-western Google TLDs with GSA. I'm laughing my ass off (LMAO)!

- Matt Cutts, Probably

Higher spam-tolerance has even been verified (at least to some extent) by Google; one example being that Google rolled out the Panda algorithm for the US in February of 2011, whereas Panda's release for Korea and Japan was announced on the 17th of July, 2012. The implication being both that Google cares less about "policing" some countries' Google Search domains than others and that those domains also aren't using the "top of the line" anti-spam algorithms. See also:

It's possible that your site is below the "spam threshold" for Google .com/.co.uk/.ca, but clean enough to rank on google.co.in.

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0 Posted by August R. Garcia 2 months ago

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• [2019-07-08 4:51 PDT] August R. Garcia (2 months ago)
🕓 Posted at 08 July, 2019 04:51 AM PDT

Sir, I can do you a nice SEO.

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