How can we search for pages local to a particular country?
For starters, there are country code top-level domains. To find pages that belong to a country-level domain, we can simply use X-Ray:
But there are many other domains, that don’t point to a location. When figuring out the region for a page on a generic domain, such as .com or .org, Google uses the pages’ IP address (revealing the location). It may use a few other signals, such as location information within the page HTML code and locations of other pages pointing to this one.
Google’s Advanced Search has a setting, allowing