Bulletin Board. Visitors see on the main version for your region. Search engines — version for Russia?

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Let's say we create a Bulletin Board. Let it be on mobile phones.


It is clear that with high accuracy to determine from what city the visitor is not difficult.


The visitor will be pleased to see on the main \\ page where it redirected offers to buy and sell it in his town.


But the Yandex robot must not think that we are the Moscow notice Board. (If you define a city by IP exactly the same version and will have to show him). Let them think of all the Russias.


To fool the robots with cloaking is clearly not desirable. Scary and that's it.


Where is the balance to the visitor whether to choose your city (it is automatically selected) and the search engines didn't think their kidding?


Can examples of websites where you liked the implementation or thoughts on the subject.
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Register your site webmaster.yandex.ru and there select the region: "the Site has no regional affiliation"
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In Yasha added?
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Identify robots by User-Agent and give them regional-independent version. Better yet, feed a sitemap with links to all regional versions.
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When the robot comes to the site, it is in the HTTP headers something similar to "Yandex/1.01.001 (compatible; Win16; I)" (that is, we can determine that, we went to the search engine) and do a redirect(!) on the page for robots. This is the first thing that came to mind.
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Write words of geographical attachment in h1 and h2 by JavaScript, and in the title they don't write at all.
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Still I would wait for indexing (put at least one link without nofollow, at least in the profile on Habre yet maybe we should remove the Crawl-delay of robots.txt yeah I found the site), and then in Y. the Webmaster looked assigned it region, or "At this moment the site *.EN not assigned to any region."
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Using Javascript, redirect the user to the desired page — search engines will not notice.
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