Know How to Inform Google about Multiple Domains of the Same Purpose
How Google identifies and treats “sister” websites? This is the obvious question of the domain authorities. Sometimes, the domain authorities have to possess different domains for their same need. You may think of ebay.com and the other is ebay.co.uk. If the domain holder wants to link a domain to other, what will be the result of it? Will it be paid or unnatural? The entire confusions have been solved by Matt Cutts, the head of search spam of Google.
The sister domains are essential for the business in different countries. When you have a good and genuine ccTLDs (Country Code Top Level Domain), you have to think of linking sister domains. This helps to get real success on internet marketing services.
According to Matt Cutts, Google always tries to interpret relations between two websites of the same origin. At the same time, Google wants to get information from the user related to which country they are visiting from. As soon as Google identifies it, the search shows the right result from them.
Matt says that the domain users should use the “hreflang” attribute inside the webpage by using markup code that tells Google where to find the similar variations of the domain. Thus, Google tries to understand where from the visitor is coming and according to the country, region, language etc, the search shows him the best effective results. Google indentifies the links and guesses the sister domains created with ccTLDs.
If any “hreflang” linking page is used to redirect the users, you will get the related site or page that you really want. The interpretation of the sister website is not chargeable from Google’s end. However, you have to follow the process in an organic way. When a website domain authority is using excessive different links at the footer part describing as similar domain, it might be considered as spammy links.