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More than 20 years of freelancing in different areas and still learning something every day


Mar
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awarded  Tenacious
Mar
4
comment Does image mime-type affect SEO?
I don't know about SEO, but why are you serving them with that mime type? what kind of images they are?
Mar
4
reviewed Reviewed Migration of clients email accounts to my server (Inboxs)
Mar
4
reviewed Reviewed Traits of successful sites
Mar
4
reviewed Reviewed Using local DNS and public DNS during site development
Mar
4
revised Remove subdomains from Google index and stop indexing them
Improved the 301 option. Added a linkt to a video of Matt Cutts talking about 301 vs canonnical.
Mar
4
revised Remove subdomains from Google index and stop indexing them
Improved the 301 option.
Mar
4
answered Remove subdomains from Google index and stop indexing them
Mar
3
revised Subdomains as a part of the one site
Added coment about one sitemap per subdomain. Added reference from sitemap.org
Mar
3
revised Subdomains as a part of the one site
Added coment about one sitemap per subdomain.
Mar
3
comment Subdomains as a part of the one site
yes. That's exactly how that works. Each subdomain may behave as a separate site if not verified by you or on the same account as the one that submits the sitemap. If you operate on that premise, then you need one sitemap per subdomain/site.
Mar
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answered 2 x domains for same site in Google make canonical or not?
Mar
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answered Subdomains as a part of the one site
Mar
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comment Crawl errors - Google Webmaster Tools
What I mean is that you should edit your question and add as much information as you can, like telling us if those file existed before or not, if you have a sitemap, if those files are listed there, if you have other errors, if you are using any kind of redirection now, etc.
Mar
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answered Crawl errors - Google Webmaster Tools
Mar
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comment .htaccess - delete characters from URL and redirect
Have you tried anything yet?
Mar
3
answered Adding .html to the URL while it is not a HTML page hurt to SEO?
Mar
3
comment Crawl errors - Google Webmaster Tools
Can you explain your question a bit better?
Mar
3
comment Adding .html to the URL while it is not a HTML page hurt to SEO?
If you add .html to a URL, then you are calling a different file. http://www.example.com/index.php is different from http://www.example.com/index.html. So we can say that it will affect SEO, as you would be requesting files that doesn't exist.
Mar
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reviewed Reviewed The layout page “~/Views/Shared/_Layout.cshtml” could not be found