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For some reason this question (from Oct 2010) has more recently been deleted but was still available on stackprinter.com. I had the accepted answer and was looking high and low for it to use as reference on another question.


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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is it dangerous to keep Thumbs.db on a web server?
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comment What is the best way to have the same website in multiple domains?
As dm-guy states in the comment above, if this domain has no history then bleh.com will not show up in the search results. No advantage.
Aug
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Setting Gmail as mail server
Aug
19
comment What happens when my domain provider cancels order after domain transfer?
Still a minor query... you say the domains are "getting expired this year", but the "whois also shows 2015" - that's next year, yes?
Aug
19
comment What happens when my domain provider cancels order after domain transfer?
@Dave It would seem that GoDaddy are the current registrar... the domain was transferred to them (from Webiq) at the end of 2013. I think the question should be... "What does Webiq have to do with this if GoDaddy are the current host?"
Aug
19
comment What happens when my domain provider cancels order after domain transfer?
They were "notified" that the domains would expire in Oct 2013 (they didn't didn't actually expire), at which point they renewed it, transferred it and added some more years to the registration at the new registrar (a total of 3 years by the sounds of it), but it seems that 1 of these years has since "disappeared"?!
Aug
19
comment What happens when my domain provider cancels order after domain transfer?
2013 + 1 year + 1 year = 2015 (admittedly this is still next year), but where do you get 2016 from? After the domains were renewed what did the Whois records report?
Aug
19
comment Avoid pagination pages from appearing higher than real content in SERPS
Are you specifying a relative priority in your XML sitemap? (Although, admittedly, this is unlikely to have much of an impact.)
Aug
19
comment Waiting for googleads.g.doubleclick.net
"like 95% of the rest of world" - I think that's a bit of an exaggeration! Do you have a reference?
Aug
19
revised Waiting for googleads.g.doubleclick.net
Fixed typo.
Aug
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Make my website dynamically loaded data available to Facebook Open Graph Object Scrapper
Aug
18
revised Index page content identical to page 1 of a gallery-type website
Grammar fix
Aug
18
comment Lost website rankings as a result of using a 302 redirect instead of a 301
IMO I don't think your dip in ranking is simply as a result of using a 302 as opposed to a 301 status code.
Aug
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on practical reasons for using separate domains instead of subdomains?
Aug
17
answered htaccess rewrite doesn't work
Aug
17
comment Recovering from an incorrectly deployed robots.txt?
By itself, with no "records" following it, User-agent: * is simply an empty "group" - it means nothing. Default behaviour is to allow, so this is likely to be simply ignored by the search engine crawler. In fact, if you try this in the robots.txt Tester tool in GWT, it returns a result of "allowed".
Aug
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comment Recovering from an incorrectly deployed robots.txt?
To be honest I don't think it will make any difference if you have Allow: / (or Disallow:) here or not.
Aug
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comment Recovering from an incorrectly deployed robots.txt?
Possibly bit of an aside, but... Much of your site is available on both www and non-www domains (except for your blog that redirects to www). Since your sitemap refers to the www subdomain, I would assume you should redirect one to the other. You mention that your are "301 redirecting" blog paths to /blog/ - however, this does not seem to be the case? Both URLs are valid, it looks like you are internally rewriting (not redirecting) one to the other? The /blog/ URLs do not appear in your sitemap? You are also referencing a non-existent xml-stylesheet in your sitemap.
Aug
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comment Recovering from an incorrectly deployed robots.txt?
@JVerstry - I think the OP means that no description appears in the SERPs (ie. is indexed).
Aug
17
answered Web user authentication methods