As a Link Builder for almost 2 years now, I noticed how Google changes its search algorithm so many times, probably around 500-600 times per year. Even though most of these updates are minor, Google rolls out a “major” algorithmic updates such “Google Panda” and “Google Penguin” that affect search results in significant ways. As part of my prediction, Google will eventually notice and possibly make another change with regards to the location of our website’s backlinks. Google will try to look at your website’s profile and where most of your website’s backlinks came from. If you’re doing SEO activities in your website/s, the best way to keep track with Google’s algorithm is to have a balanced number of backlinks. You need to create a backlinks not just based on niche, brands, or keywords; you also need to take into consideration the location of your backlinks as well. For example, if you’re creating backlinks by using “blog commenting” strategy and your website is an Australian-based, you need to build links from Australian websites and other country-based websites. In this article, I’ll teach you how to find prospect based on the location.
1. Using this URL Parameter
http://www.google.com/search?q=keyword&cr=countryAU, you can find websites according to your keyword/s and location.
2. Change the keyword and country code base on your desired keywords and locations
3. Substitute the two number symbols you see below with the country code you can find here.
4. You can also change the keyword/s directly to your browser with the same location results.