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Google just stated they would not make any differences between the different domain extensions. With the exception of ccTLDs when it comes to geotargeting. The new local gTLDs, such as .london and .berlin, however, will be treated as gTLDs and not as ccTLDs (or whatever we might call them one day). For further reference, please see ...
No, not at all. but they are not very good as well, as they don't carry any SEO value. Besides, they're not as powerful as cTLDs or TLDs, both have some value associated to them. Like cTLDs clarifies that these domains are in close association with particular geo location. and TLDs specified if the domain is for commercial purpose, etc.
Google published this today which answers this question well and in detail. With the coming of many new generic top level domains (gTLDs), we'd like to give some insight into how these are handled in Google's search. We’ve heard and seen questions and misconceptions about the way we treat new top level domains (TLDs), like .guru, .how, or any of ...
You're on the right track, you should be able to avoid downtime all together - DNS management without a control panel, sounds like a nightmare! When you say 'domain transfer' I'm assuming you're talking about moving the domain from one registrar to another. In theory it doesn't matter if this is done before or after the name servers are re-delegated - this ...
This is how I would solve this problem: 1) Obtain a list of all DNS records from Demon for the domain 2) Re-create the same DNS records on the new registrar's control panel 3) Change domain DNS to match the new name servers When the DNS settings will be changed, it sould work instantly if the new name servers settings are good.
With DNS, you can avoid most downtime; as long as you plan it correctly. You just need to do the following: Copy all the DNS information from Denon to your new DNS servers (all your CNAME, MX, A, PTR... records.) Test that these new DNS servers are working correctly (perform manual nslookup requests) Tell Denon to change your DNS info to your new DNS ...
In your root .htaccess, using mod_alias: Redirect 301 /home / However, if you are already using mod_rewrite (very likely that you are if this is still a Joomla site) then you should use mod_rewrite: RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^home/(.*) /$1 [R=301,L] Nothing else to do in Google Search Console (formerly known as "Google Webmaster Tools").
The short answer? No. Speaking from a U.S. perspective: In order for anyone to file a complaint and recover a registered domain, you would have to knowingly register a trademark as a domain name. The term knowingly is a high standard to meet. The trademark owner has to prove that you intentionally and knowingly used a trademark. There are other ...
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