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Re: Google having trouble indexing latins

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Originally Posted by touchring
Yes, latins with "strong accents" get good type-in traffic, especially those with ready ascii sites.
In one case, I found a very nice generic product name. There is an ascii site for a single shop, but it's really small and lame - looks like it was last updated in 1997 or something. The IDN gets several type-ins and clicks per day. The item is expensive and a must have but there is not full google advertiser competition (which needs 8 advertisers), I believe there is only 5 or 6 at this time. Perhaps the advertising campaigns are seasonal. I'll have to keep my eye on this.

No further information at this time as I am still heavily in acquisition mode.

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