How to access Google USA: from other countries

How to access Google USA: from other countries

Whether you're a webmaster or a regular user, it can sometimes be useful to use the Google USA interface in order to find English-language results or search results relevant to American users. By default, Google search will automatically redirect you to your country's own page upon conducting a search, but there is a way to stop the site's redirection.

How to access the Google US version?

 If you'd like to prevent Google from automatically redirecting your search to your country's default page, you will have to navigate using the No Country Redirection link.

To do this, simply type into your browser. Upon hitting Enter, your page will be fixed on the Google USA homepage. A link to your country's default page will be shown in the bottom-right corner so that you can get back to the page at any point.

To manually change your Google location, follow these steps:

  • On the Google Start page, click on Settings at the bottom right and select Search Settings.
  • Select the United States in the Region Settings at the bottom.
  • Click Save to apply changes.
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