This is probably a noob question, but I could not find an answer to it.
I’m launching an ecommerce store, that will sell into 3 markets – USA, Canada and UK. The fulfillment for sales is done locally in each of the 3 geographic markets respectively with USPS, Canada Post and Royal Mail.
Is it better to have a single .com domain, that uses the website visitors IP address and displays the price in user’s respective currency and sets the shipping method/cost at check-out based on this?
Or have 3 separate domains a .com, .ca and .co.uk for the 3 geographies covered?
Any insights is greatly appreciated.