Found my site got good positions in Google.co.uk, in fact my target region and audience is United States. I never had promoted this site for .co.uk. still its appearing. So I am planning target UK too.
I am confuse at its implementation level, what will be better options?
1.To make a separate section for UK i.e. http:/
2.Or to take / buy a different domain with .co.uk extension and start promote it from first.
My point of view first option, to make a /UK/ section to existing site is good. But again I am worried about creating a multiple page of same concepts and theme for /UK/ people will again harm site’s rankings.
Because I am providing financial services to US region, and same I am plan to cater for UK market. So my services will remain same. The only thing will change is URL.
Currently the site has : http:/
With the new /UK/ version it will become: http:/
It may harm my current rankings, because with new /UK/ section, I will going to create same content/concept page what I already has in my current site.
Please let me know what are your views on this?
[edited by: tedster at 3:38 pm (utc) on Aug 13, 2010]
[edit reason] make example URLs visible [/edit]