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I have a site that covers 5 geo's, being AU, CA, NZ, UK & US the site is geo activated per se and I can allocate content based on Geo Location.
Some of that content can be placed into one or more Geo locations as it applies to more than one Geo, which means I would copy the content to each respective Geo.
In that and in accordance with giggles version of events I do have clear geo focus in my urls for example > http://australia.example.com/mycontent > http://canada.example.com/mycontent etc
In addition each pages data, also includes country in the meta description etc.
From what I can see and read / have researched I should have no problems with duplicate content that I can see? or should there be another better way ?
NB: The content on the site is original and not copied from other sites.
Thanks for any advice