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Re: Google having trouble indexing latins

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Originally Posted by touchring
By take off, i mean, like ascii traffic for their equivalent.
Depending on the language, they will do it today. I already proved that with my Japanese dot com domain earlier this summer, which was getting over 3k uniques per day before Yahoo deindexed it.

Search traffic won't ever increase over what it is today, barring drastic changes in search engine ranking algos.

Type-in traffic? I am getting heavy type-in traffic and revenue to some newly registered latin IDNs. They are not indexed yet. One is a very generic product and the other one is a service. The browser support plays a factor here, and for Europe I don't think it's even an issue anymore - MS got off it's ass when Firefox started eating their lunch.

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