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Apr
19
comment Are page ranks for subdomains independent?
Patrick is the man. He is right on. Trust is the issue today.
Apr
18
answered A frequently updated mixed bag blog OR several seldom updated niche sites?
Apr
14
comment Launch of new website deleted google rank?
John's answer is exactly right. You did not say what market you are targeting. If its international the dot com is better. If its local UK traffic (like a service business) the dot UK would be better.
Apr
14
answered Google and Landing Pages
Apr
13
comment Handing back-link SEO value to another site
Matt says you can only use it within the domain.
Apr
11
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Apr
11
comment SEO/Google: How should I handle multiple countries and domains?
I would use the .com, other search engines may also follow the Google lead. Google will not be the king forever in EU. I would spend time on one domain not several unless they are more specialized like cars, trucks, motorcycles. But if they are the same theme, concentrate on building one site. Be careful with canonical. Its easy to make mistakes there.
Apr
7
answered xml sitemap structure
Apr
7
comment What determines the order of results for Google Places?
They have really improved the local. Its much more accurate now. Harder to scam.
Apr
7
answered Blackhat SEO, reviewing a sites strategy
Apr
7
comment Robots denied by domain is still listed in search results
google.com/alerts Its wonderful.
Apr
7
comment The best approach to ranking well when site is NOT content oriented?
Jerry, I am sorry, I don't make the rules. Google makes the rules. You could always pay someone in a third world country to write. seomoz.org/blog/whiteboard-friday-query-deserves-freshness
Apr
6
answered The best approach to ranking well when site is NOT content oriented?
Apr
6
answered Hijax == sneaky Javascript redirects? Will I get banned from Google?
Apr
6
comment Robots denied by domain is still listed in search results
Kevin, Google is known for indexing beyond its boundaries. I saw Matt Cutts in a video where someone complained about it. He did not seem phased. The only way is to remove them with their tool. You could also do google alerts for them and when one popped up go remove it. Thats what I would do.
Apr
6
comment Robots denied by domain is still listed in search results
Mike, he does not want it indexed ever. Its a site for a corporate client and their dealer network. Its a closed system.
Apr
5
comment Robots denied by domain is still listed in search results
In the future, I would instruct the web design people to always include no index, no follow in the web page head section. I suspect the CMS you are using can do that.
Apr
5
comment Robots denied by domain is still listed in search results
You can see all of them with: site:gmpackageguide.com There are not many URL's. I assume they were in the index before the robots was disallowed. I would just remove them.
Apr
5
answered Robots denied by domain is still listed in search results
Apr
5
comment I'm on Charter's email blacklist, how do I get removed?
Sometimes its very difficult to get off a blacklist. I remember a few years ago a spammer got into our server over the weekend. The fastest way to fix it was change our IP address. After securing the server, I used the next IP address and changed the DNS info.