Hello there, I have an app that is
where each product is
But, I’m already thinking in expanding it to other country too. And I have read that the best for SEO is to have sub-directories for each country
So I would like to have, for 2 countries for example,
www.bubble.com/arg/index for main site for Argentina
www.bubble.com/chile/index for main site for Chile
And each with their products
Of course that i will have redirects and stuff like that to detect user’s country on page load and redirect to the correct site.
But, how can I make the sub-folders / sub-directories in bubble?
@romanmg could know something about this, lol please tell me if it’s possible or if I’m looking for a unicorn
Have you launched large websites before? Also, have you done inbound marketing and SEO before? If not, from a business POV, I highly recommend focusing on one country first and proving out that SEO will work well for you before you spend time setting up your site for multiple countries. In my experience, smaller experiments enable entrepreneurs to get further, faster.
As for your specific question, Bubble doesn’t support this. Instead, you could run it on a different subdomain with a separate app (e.g.,
arg.domain.com/product1) or you could do it with URL parameters, such as: domain.com/arg?view=index or domain.com/arg?view=product1
Yeah, I’m aware of the hi-level SEO
Just wanted to make sure there is no Bubble’s limitation for the next step. Do you know something about my question about the sub-folders? you know if it’s possible?
I’ve asked this question before about subpages. In short, it’s not possible with Bubble
There are no sub-levels on bubble. There’s the homepage and then there are other pages. That’s it.
That said, you can include a hierarchy in the way you display items in navigation, etc. that makes them seem to have a hierarchy to the user. Additionally, you could set up a page with two different “views” (e.g.,
example.com/about?view=overview & example.com/about?view=mission) which adds a visual hierarchy to the URL itself.
However, I recommend against optimize on the URL look (generally…
You could extract the two “subdirectories” from the url with a Regex, and then use that to read the country and product.
Am not good enough with regex to invent it, but it would be possible am sure.
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