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#1 dilby


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Posted 01 July 2013 - 11:58 AM

Hello - first-time post for me, thanks for having me on board.


I'm a multimedia freelancer and have my own .co.uk website and am going to be moving overseas to Australia next year. I am wanting to keep a stream of work coming in from the UK as I have a strong portfolio here, but also want to pick up new work in Australia, so I'm not really sure how I should go about structuring my website. 


I am looking to build a new site anyway, so there's no restrictions in regards to what already exists. I'm not sure whether to have both a .co.uk and .com.au domain name and somehow point it to the same site (and the correct way of doing so) or have different areas of the site/separate sites (or perhaps none of these options are ideal?!)


I'm also hoping someone could offer their 2 cents (or pounds as the case my be :P ) on the best way of then formatting content - for example if I just keep the one site do I have a separate UK and Australia page, or just use both as keywords in all articles etc.


Thanks everyone - I'd really like to know best practice before I start building a new site, and I'm having trouble finding anything out for myself.



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Posted 01 July 2013 - 01:52 PM

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