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We have .co.uk sites hosted in the United States and our sites are in the same place at the top of the serps in both the .co.uk and the .com
This has been the case for a few years now since we moved from low bandwith expensive uk servers.
What I've seen to date suggests that the google.ca listing requires some evidence of "Canadian content" - i.e., either a .ca domain name extension OR a Canadian host.
My question now is would a .com site on a US server make it to google.ca if it contained contact information (on page content) with a Canadian address and phone number?
(substitute .com.uk for .ca as required)
joined:July 21, 2000
Is not a TLD! It is a sub-domain of uk.com - so is treated as a .com if not hosted in the UK.