Google Localizes Search Based On Query

SEO Book , Wednesday, October 28, 2009 5:30 PM
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Aaron Wall believes Google has begun to localize search results based on the query. As an example, he points to David Naylor, who highlights how Google U.K. and IE search results serve up mostly Australian Web sites.

For those keywords that do not rank, Wall suggests looking at the composition of the search results to see if Google localizes it in another region.
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