Hi all -
I run a small UK business and currently have a .co.uk website, but am looking to move back to my home country (Australia) and set up the business there while keeping my UK market.
I have read through the International / Multilingual section of this forum, and have a better understanding of the options I have. What I'd like to do is keep my .co.uk domain and also get a .com.au domain
and have both websites. For a good while at least, the content will be the same minus how I set up location-based keywords/tags etc, so it's probably not worth having 2 versions of content if it can be avoided, and from what I've read I won't be penalised for duplicate content, rather Google will just only filter the .co.uk or the .com.au to the correct country (I will set both up as separate profiles and geotarget them in WMT).
My question is do I really need to mirror both websites, or can I just point each domain to the same IP?
Any other advice appreciated.