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It seems like you have your HTTP and HTTPS sites redirect to the HTTPS version of your www.example.com. This is good. Just know there is a cost for this initially. In your case, only one sitemap will ever be seen. It is the HTTPS version of your www.example.com site. Any sitemap should reflect both HTTPS and www in the URLs that are listed. Any other URL ...
As per in Matt Cutts blog post, he said: A subdomain can be useful to separate out content that is completely different. Google uses subdomains for distinct products such news.google.com or maps.google.com, for example. This is similar to what Blogger (blogspot) does. John's blog (john.blogspot.com) is totally different from Doe's blog ...
Yes but just to add more custimizations like how msny times does it get changed and what is the last update time
For Bing, you should use content-language code in the head of the document. <meta http-equiv=”content-language” content=”en-us”> Or the alternative in <html> <html lang=”en-us”> http://blogs.bing.com/webmaster/2011/03/01/how-to-tell-bing-your-websites-country-and-language/ But remember that calls between pages with different ...
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