Last month, on Dec. 5, 2011, Google announced it was rolling out a “new markup for multilingual content”.  The purpose of this is to help multilingual/multi-regional websites better target audiences and assist users to find the most relevant content based in their location. In other words, if a user performs a search on a Google local domain, Google seeks to direct the user to the most relevant page based on geographic location and assumed language.

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