1. I will not prefer using this technique.
2. If you will create landing page for different countries like, xyz.com/de & xyc.com/uk . Then, you will be having issue with creating landing pages within these URL's and also It will not well optimized for SEO.
3. This is the best practice, because you will have more domains, more DA, and you can get link from your each domain. Also, you can optimize every single domain locally. It will rank faster and boost your local search within the country. Get hosting within that country from which the domain belongs to.
I am using same technique for my website with multiple languages and hosted with Cloudways SEO hosting, you can them, https://www.cloudways.com/en/seo-friendly-hosting.php. They will give you datacenters within your target country. and precisely it will be optimized.
Great…! Good question and I don’t think that there is only one answer. There are multiple options are available..!
Now, millions of users using multiple domains, product, services so its all totally depends on a particular user. There are several web hosting company providers in different countries.
Suppose we will create multiple landing pages for different types of counters. Then that time you will be facing some profiles for creating landing pages and we will not set up properly. Your website URL is also not properly set and also it will not well optimized your website for SEO purposes.
This is the best option because you will get a number of the domain name, more DA, great PA, and your spam score is also less and you can easily get a link from your own domain. There are multiple benefits like your website traffic is improved also your website is rank and automatically traffic generates.
As per my experience is a great advantage for my own business website with multiple languages And hosted with . Because they are providing the best SEO-related tools. DomainRacer's all-data center has excellent connectivity across the world. All our data center locations are in India, the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Singapore, etc.
It really depends on your app. There are "data safe harbor" provisions in places like the EU that preclude you from physically holding certain types of data about EU citizens in a location outside the EU borders.
There are datasets in the USA that the US government requires you not hold outside the USA.
And there may also be authentication and Content Delivery (CDN) reasons to have local front end presence.
So there Is simply no single answer for this