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Google places sites into the Google sites with various TLDs according to interest/performance and language. For example, there is not much need for Chinese language .cn sites in Google.com mostly because of the language. For this reason, many companies in China have begun registering and moving their sites to .com TLDs with English language sites to expand ...
The only case in which I know that Google prefers some top level domains over others is in the case of geo-targetable country domains. Google has a list of generic top level domains. As long as the top level domain is on this list, Google will show the site globally in search results. For country code domains not on the list (eg .de, .it, .br), it will ...
This is from: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2795830?hl=en. In particular, to answer your question, I've bolded a specific sentence. How excluding referral traffic affects your data By default, a referral automatically triggers a new session. When you exclude a referral source, traffic that arrives to your site from the excluded ...
It could be used, for example, for black themed webpages, like google. A black themed website saves battery as the screens have not to bright example: http://googleblack.magic-pack.com/
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