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What to do with different TLDs for same domain - redirect or park?

Hi all

I have purchased three TLDs for the same domain - .co.uk, .UK and .com

I want the .co.uk to be the default.

But, should I just leave the .com and .UK parked, or redirect them to the .co.uk?

If I do redirect them, what is the correct process so as not to harm the SEO of the default domain and to prevent it appearing to Google that it is duplicate content?

Thanks

I’m not that profound in SEO, but I’m more than sure that redirection/forwarding won’t harm you at all. It’s better to forward users who come to example.com and example.uk to example.co.uk — at least some of them might try to access your website, for example, by using the .com domain.

Also, how the forwarding addresses can be seen as duplicate content to Google if there is no content in them? They just redirect users after all. Again, I’m not an expert in this regard, so I might be wrong.

Hi

Thanks very much for taking the time to reply!

I think a redirect is best but Google can see www.example.com and example.co.uk as duplicate content apparently.

I added a canonical link to the www.example.co.uk address in Webflow to avoid that.

I want to make sure I don’t screw up the process! :slight_smile:

You are welcome!

Wish you all the best, Michael!