Webflow does not provide multi-language support at this time. You can choose to rely on a third party integration that bridges the gap.
@webdev USA and UK. Why do you think this will help when they are both English speaking countries?
Sorry, in that case it would not.
You could dedicate a field in the blog to contain the content for the UK, then use an external geo-ip to hide the default field and display the UK field when it is a match. It is not a good approach for SEO as the content while hidden would still be loaded with the page.
Hi there! If you don’t want to make duplicates of the blog but display different content based on countries, you could consider Geo Targetly solutions.
Its Geo Content tool can alter forms, headings, texts, banners, or almost any content as location-specific ones on the webpage. It can auto identify the visitors’ locations(like country), and display the adjusted content based on visitors’ physical locations on the single webpage. You can achieve this within a few steps using the inbuilt HTML editor and geolocation HTML classes.
Hope it helps! Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.