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The issue of one.com not accepting the same IP address for the A record of 2 domains to me suggests the provider has a slightly odd or bespoke setup, and this limitation is in their control panel, and not the capability of their server to manage 2 domains on one IP address. I manage large numbers of domains on single IP addresses without any problems, ...


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I'm gonna assume each domain you're inquiring about are assigned separate document root folders on the same server. I'll assume the document root for abc.com is in the /abc/public_html folder, and document root for xyz.com is in the /xyz/public_html folder. Because you don't want xyz.com to show up and you want data from it, you have a couple of options. ...


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All four of your URLs are different for SEO: http://www.example.com/product http://www.example.com/product/ http://www.example.com/product?source=googleps http://www.example.com/product/?source=googleps It doesn't matter which one of those four you use, but you have to pick one and use it consistently. Both slashes and parameters create new URLs to ...


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Regarding the SEO, I wouldn't expect it to be an issue, as Google have enough common sense to realise that, if the two URLs you have shown returned the same content, that for all practical purposes the URLs the same to a human. In fact some webmasters/developers will write brief rewrite rules to append or remove the slash because "it looks nicer". These ...


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My co-worker that took this over was able to come up with a solution that worked for us on this one. Just figured I'd post to close the loop on this one so if anyone else runs into a similar issue, it might help them out as well. He wrote an ISAPI ReWrite/ReDirect rule using the ISAPI ReWrite Manager for ISS that looks like this: RewriteEngine on ...


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Google has said they they want sites to move to HTTPS and they will even give a slight rankings boost to sites that do so. Your redirect rule looks like a fine way to migrate your site from HTTP to HTTPS. Some webmasters have migrated to HTTPS recently have found that that rankings have suffered as a result. There is certainly some SEO risk with the ...


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Yes, it will. The http and https version will be seen as individual pages and thus also create duplicate content. The solution is to use a 301-permanent redirect, which your code does. This will transfer the juice to the destination of the redirection, so you're good. Also, adding a canonical tag to indicate which is the prefered url is good practice. ...



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