Hreflang tags for beginners checklist

Confused about hreflang tags? You’re not the only one. But don’t worry—our checklist, made for beginners like you, breaks down this notoriously difficult concept.

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So you’ve gotten started on building your multilingual website. But how do you make sure search engines like Google know which version of your website to serve to your international visitors? What language and region codes should you use? And how do you even add hreflang tags to your site in the first place?

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all this. That’s why we’ve put together an interactive hreflang tags checklist that makes it easier to track how and when you should use them. Our quick guide will help you stay on top of maintaining a well-run multilingual website in no time.

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