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Jul
15
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Jun
20
comment How can I de-share third level .name domain which would allow me to register the second level domain?
If you successfully registered a third level name, then the second level was already reserved. You won't get it unreserved by cancelling your registration.
Jun
19
answered How can I de-share third level .name domain which would allow me to register the second level domain?
Jun
19
comment What are the best ways to increase a site's position in Google?
@UpTheCreek It's still relevant.
Jun
19
comment What are the best ways to increase a site's position in Google?
@JVerstry Oh yes it does. If you don't do it, you may get a Google smackdown for unnatural links from your site. Which will effectively bury your site in the SERPs.
Jun
19
comment Improving .htaccess 301 redirect for keeping SEO values on large WordPress blog
Not only will it not provide any SEO benefits, it will be slower to have 5,000 special cases ... or even 50!
Jun
12
comment Format of _escaped_fragment_ for complex states
You should reconsider your opinion very carefully before you call the above either "biased" or "uninformed". It is based on many more years of experience than you seem to think. And the intent is to help you.
Jun
11
comment Format of _escaped_fragment_ for complex states
Do you mean www.example.com/#!about? There's no need for escaped fragment in the URLs you posted. And this sort of single-page application design is very user-unfriendly anyway, so you may want to reconsider it.
May
26
comment Firefox accusing me of distributing malware on my site
@Andrew UPX is the packer most commonly used for packing malware, so if you also pack your downloads with UPX, you will set off alarms.
May
24
comment What is the best way to mirror customer's website on our domain from SEO point of view
Neither of these is a good idea, and will only make matters worse. Not only will you lose whatever ranking the sites already have, you will associate those sites with your domain, which will probably be perceived as fraudulent (unless you are also buying these hotels!)...
May
7
comment Google webmaster tools:We were unable to connect to your server. (site verification)
What is a "shared webhotel"?
Apr
17
comment Hosting on Azure VM - how to handle A records?
@Rob50 Aha, I'm yet to get the new portal; I'm still on the old one.
Apr
15
comment Hosting on Azure VM - how to handle A records?
This doesn't appear to have any relevance to the question at all.
Apr
15
comment Does the server type matter when purchasing an SSL certificate from Network Solutions for NodeJS?
Did you ever finish setting this up?
Apr
15
comment What preferred domain should I choose for WIX website (www vs no-www)?
For more background on why no-www is a bad idea, you can see my web site yes-www.org :)
Apr
15
comment What preferred domain should I choose for WIX website (www vs no-www)?
You cannot use CNAME records for the naked domain, whether you use WIX or not. This is a design constraint of the DNS itself. This, combined with the need to do load balancing and failover, is why all domains on WIX must be redirected to www. (The IP for the naked domain is on Google Cloud Platform and Google manages its failover with route announcements. The servers which answer it only send the 301 redirect.) This is not unusual, either, nor is it the only reason why you might need to use www.
Apr
15
comment Why isn't the HTML break tag acceptable anymore for top and bottom margins?
@Mike If your daily AdSense income is measured in cents, you are engaged in what we call premature optimization. And even if it were dollars, I'd probably still think the same thing. Anyway, remember that your site's content should be semantically appropriate, because not everyone uses what you normally think of as a web browser. What you should be focusing on at this early stage of your site is high quality content.
Apr
14
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Apr
14
revised Does URL encoding create duplicate content?
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Apr
14
comment Does URL encoding create duplicate content?
I had to downvote this because it's wrong (except for the "SEO expert" being a liar, that's probably right). Only unreserved characters can be decoded and be equivalent to their percent encoding, and the colon is not one of them. The colon is a special character and, unfortunately, due to a bizarre quirk of the specification, isn't always safe to use unencoded anyway.