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    Affiliate Marketer Rogi's Avatar
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    Hi,

    My site is Hosted in US and domain name is just a .com any way for this site to be listed in the 'Pages from Australia' SERPS?

    What does it take for google to consider your site from a certain geographic location... is it your Domain? Or Where the Site is Physically hosted? Or possibly if your site is added in the 'Dmoz -> Regional -> Country'? Or What is it... Anyone have any idea?

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    Affiliate Miester my2cents's Avatar
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    Most Serps have a regional addalink...

    I did this with DMOZ and Yahoo for my one local website... as a test... it worked...

    so, now I use this method for my local clients...

    Joe
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    I solved the problem by hosting my Australian .com site in.. Australia!
    Innovative advertising with Slimeware Corporation and Telephore. Mail-order fuel with Petrol Direct.

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