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Sub-domain.example.com is a separate site from example.com. This means that any traffic for sub-domain.example.com will not be reflected in example.com. However, example.com/sub-domain would be part of example.com and therefore the traffic would be reflected in example.com This fact is dictated by the web server.


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my experience (we can only base ourselves on our experience here) is as follows: if you add the Facebook comment box, people will comment. It doesn't matter if the site doesn't get much traffic. It is just that an interface that is already known and used, combined with the fact that users tend to be already logged in to social networks, encourages comments. ...


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I would think the simplest option would be to contact barber/salon owners and inform them that your site exists, that their business is listed, and that as an owner, they have the opportunity to have their satisfied customers post a positive comment on your site to increase their customer base. Bare in mind that you will need to make this really simple for ...


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My experience is that unless people had a really great experience or a really bad experience with a product, they don't make comments. May it is because your site is new and does not generate much traffic. They may be using other established sites to put their comments instead. Instead of comments, you might try your own +1/-1 buttons. What triggers ...


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This question has been asked earlier and the answers are still relevant. Whether it is worth to care about visitors who have JavaScript disabled depends on the site, its purpose, and who the demographic is. More than users, you may also have to think about how search engines interpret the content on the web page if a large percentage of the site's visitors ...


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From the info I found through this question on SO I guess that between 0.2 and 2% of users have JavaScript disabled, depending on the country. I'd say take 1% as a rule of thumb. Whether you should care about this 1% depends on what website your building. If you're doing e-commerce and you have analyzed your audience a bit you can probably estimate if that ...



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