Do You Use The hreflang Attribute? Google Wants Your Feedback

Mar 8, 2013 • 8:44 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

hreflangChristopher Semturs, the Googler who is the man behind geo-specific search engine visibility topics, posted a thread at Google+ asking for feedback on the use of the hreflang attribute.

He wants to hear from SEOs and webmasters who have implemented the hreflang attribute to see if they got out of it what they expected.

Christopher asked:

Dear Webmasters: Did you deploy hreflang and don't see it take the effect you intended? If so, please let me know in the comments, I'm interested to hear about your use cases.

So this is your chance to speak up and have a Googler review this specific attribute with you to make sure Google knows what you want out of it.

So far there are almost 40 comments on the thread but they want more.

Past articles on this topic include:

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Comments:

Anti-SEO

03/08/2013 03:04 pm

How did you make conclusion, that "he wants to hear from SEOs" ?? He didn't mentioned SEOs. Guess why )

anti-SEO is a troll

03/09/2013 09:44 pm

He wants to hear from Adwords advertisers, right googler troll? Your search engine is rigged to increase ad clicks.

Guest

03/09/2013 10:44 pm

I want to hear from people deploying hreflang and having expectations on behavior (in regard to their usecase). That obviously includes SEOs, at least based on my interpretation of the SEO role.

Neha

03/11/2013 09:50 am

What to do if we have different domains for multilingual versions ex. abcd.com and wxyz.de? is this going to help?

Daniel Rouquette

03/12/2013 01:54 am

It is suppose to, yes.

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