cangoou - 2:08 pm on Feb 11, 2011 (gmt 0)
We have a company that is selling products in US and UK. We have 2 websites (.com and .co.uk), and we have some unique product-names on both sites.
Our problem: Almost everytime doing a search of a product-name on Google.co.uk, the .com-page outranks the .co.uk-page. Thats a great problem, because all the legal stuff, the shipping-methods and -costs and so on are of course completly different on both sites, and we would prefer that UK-customers see the UK-page first.
Is there a way to tell Google that the co.uk-page is more relevant for UK then the .com-page? The .com-page got more links of course in general (it's just a bigger country), but the .co.uk-page already got a lot more links from UK then from US. But still, the US-page ranks better.