What is a hreflang tag?

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Hreflang Tag. The hreflang tag (likewise alluded to as rel="alternate" hreflang="x") tells Google which dialect you are utilising on a particular page, so the internet searcher can serve that outcome to clients seeking in that dialect.
 
#4
"Hreflang tags" are a technical solution for sites that have similar content in multiple languages. A site owner wants search engines to point people to the most “fitting” language. :)
 
#5
hreflang tags are a technical solution for sites that have similar content in multiple languages. The owner of a multilingual site wants search engines to send people to the content in their own language. ... This is the kind of problem hreflang was designed to solve
 
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If you have multiple versions of a page for different languages or regions, tell Google about these different variations. The hreflang tag tells Google which language you are using on a specific page, so the search engine can serve that result to users searching in that language. Hreflang can also be used to show that you have content targeted toward variants of a single language.