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revised Short keyword-only HTML Title or Long Titles - to rank better
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comment How to Remove a URL in Google Webmaster Tools
Thanks @DisgruntledGoat. One last question- the site, for a long time, been at the non-www version, which means there is quite some data in GWT for this version. (There is ZERO data for the www-version.) In a recent major update to the site, the www version has been made the preferred version (for no reason). If the non-www version is deleted from GWT, would it affect in any way?
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comment How to Remove a URL in Google Webmaster Tools
Just to add to my previous comment, the site has a 301 redirect from the non-www version to the www version.
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comment How to Remove a URL in Google Webmaster Tools
Does that also mean 2 versions of sitemaps have to be generated for both www- and non-www versions of URLs every time, and sitemaps updated at 2 places?
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comment How to Remove a URL in Google Webmaster Tools
As you rightly pointed out, I have added only http://example.com (non-www version) to GWT. http://www.example.com (www-version) and http://example.com (non-www version) are different sites. But that's the case with every single website on the internet. So does that mean everyone has to add 2 different URL versions to GWT?
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comment Website Name shown at the end of HTML Titles
@DisgruntledGoat If you google search for "site:cnn.com cnn", you will see a couple of links - weather.cnn.com/ and www.cnn.com/TECH/index.html - with "- CNN.com" appended to the title in the search results, but not in the actual page.
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comment Website Name shown at the end of HTML Titles
hi clarky, if you check the "Kenyans .. - CNN.com" link, you wont find CNN.com in the title tags. google is appending it from somewhere. I am working on a php based site and seeing the site name with a wrong spelling shown in html titles in search results only (not when you open the link) and need to change it.
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