When searching on the world wide web, I would like to know before I open a website the location of the website.
How is it that this website details they are from the "United Kingdom"?
"www.pimlicoplumbers.com/ - United Kingdom"
Is this simply a webmaster who has added this verbiage when the website appears?
I just received an email asking about placing the origin of product on the front of a product label rather than the back. I agree with this. I think transparency and promoting the country of origin is key.
I know global companies have global websites but allot are centered around a geographic area.
As we grow as a global community, should webmasters be advised to include this information?
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