I have 3 Wordpress instances of the same site in different languages hosted in different regions - Ireland, Russia and Spain. The 3 sites are code identical - just the content is different.
I'm planning to combine them a use a multilingual plugin instead and redirect the .ru and .es versions to the .ie site. I'm wondering:
Just on the subject of domain extensions, I worry that Russian and Spanish visitors may be confused by being required to use the
.ie domain. Is there a particular reason to keep the
.ie but not the
Moving all three to a
.com (or other generic TLD) may be more sensible. This serves a few benefits: