I have never seen this extension before - I am getting traffic from google.co.th and other countries. What is the difference?
I have seen google.th and google.in but is the google.co.xx a cloaked IP address?
I write on American made and support researching the origin of each product.
Your knowledge is needed. Thank you for helping.
Google searchers from any country can find your articles should they enter the right keywords. You can use Google Analytics to find what keywords are sending them to your Hubs, but overall, it's a good thing. Even if you don't think the hub would appeal to them, you'd be surprised
This list is a little old, and perhaps incomplete. However, a list of Google's ccTLDs can be found here:
http://www.sharingmyopinion.com/2009/05 … mains.html
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