If there is blozhik, say, in Arabic, and then I remembered what they say in Chinese what's best: to have a subdomain for Chinese on the same domain or to buy a separate domain?
Topics can be about the same, but not necessarily quite the same, so guess there's no reason to create a subsection blog123.com/zh or better a subdomain or a new domain.
But if you want separately, it is best blog123.zh
But if you want separately, but together - then zh.blog123.com
norbert.Lang answered on June 10th 19 at 15:26
Then you need to start from logic. Suppose begins Regit domains in each country. To start 2. China and the Arab countries. The idea is contingent not intersect. Noooo! Someone Regit similar domain in another zone and makes a similar product or content. Run to hire the army of lawyers and redeemed it. And so on to infinity.
The second option. Regime one international domain and on the page by selecting the flags or the dolls or something, redirect people to the *.*/ch (for example). The user knows that only one domain and always strives for it. For better absorption you can stir up and the third level.
That is the first option initially flawed and aimed at defying the volume of the dough.
Cleve34 answered on June 10th 19 at 15:28
Blozhik think is better to do it on 1 domain. Current domain essesno international. Oh and be sure to open the Chinese Chinese a subdomain using any GeoIP and the like.