Google comes up with yet another update in Webmaster after the rendering of the complete page that we saw almost a month back.
The new International Targeting feature lets you debug common issues with the implementation of href-lang attribute in your code. The best part is now you can target the regional audience and present them with the relevant and correct version of your pages using this feature as it lets you know the common mistakes that are generally done.
link rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x” href=”alternateURL”
HTML link element in Header
Imagine you have an Spanish language page hosted at http://www.example.com/, with a English alternative at http://en.example.com/. In the HTML section of http://www.example.com/, add a link element pointing to the English version of that webpage at http://en.example.com/, like this:
link rel=”alternate” hreflang=”en” href=”http://en.example.com/”