I've got a question re: cloaking.

I've got a friend that has a company in Canada and also the United kingdom.

Presently the .ca website is located on Godaddy. The co.united kingdom domain is registered (with united kingdom ip) with domainmonster and it is utilizing a cloaked/presented redirect towards the .ca site.

Consequently (my assumption) the .ca website is indexed fine by google, the .co.united kingdom isn't.

This content is generic for both sites. How do you point the .co.united kingdom site straight to this content individually (ideally without copying this content hosting within the United kingdom), to ensure that for example when the .ca domain was removed altogether the .co.united kingdom domain would remain an entity by itself from Google's perspective? Does Google index a normal group of content after which connect different country domain names with this content?

I really hope I've described this ok.

Thanks, Greg

Just what would you mean by cloaked/presented redirect? Implementation of the can vary and will also lead to different states of the site with search engines like google.

Easiest way to determine how Google has indexed your internet site is to operate site:youdomain.co.united kingdom query and find out what answers are came back(check cached versions, etc.). Also make certain to produce Google Website owner Tools account and appear with the info there. If perhaps your sites is indexed I would recommend first to produce 2 different accounts in Website owner tools, indicating different geo focusing on on their behalf and getting rid of the redirect, so that each site returns 200 response code and does not do any kind of cloaking/redirecting.

If among the sites is unsuccessful to become indexed, put a hyperlink into it in the other one, and a little of easiest backlink building(undergo DMOZ, Yahoo Directory for example) too make certain you submit the various sitemap for both sites(again via Google Website owner Tools).

Hope this solutions your question.