AjiNIMC - 7:38 pm on Oct 21, 2010 (gmt 0)
Thanks Tedster for the reply.
The real scenario is like:
- example.com with 100 pages
- example.co.uk with 50% pages unique and 50% page the same content as example.com (same with ccTLDs).
Now I find it really difficult to rank .co.uk above .com for a keyword (which has duplicate content on .com and .co.uk) because of its backlink profile.
I was just wondering if search engines can provide Geo based canonical tag for each page ... even for each site do I have an option
- For all countries my domain is .com, for uk my domain is .co.uk (or some different domain name), so google can pass on all the link value to the .co.uk for uk based ranking ....
I am sure it will happen eventually but I don't see any such options now.
Let me add this to Google blog comments as well.