My site using nginx.

  1. I didn't use ssl that time but i redirect www->http:// a/When I registry my site in YOU in google webmasters I put 1 version of the site y-o-u.cf (http://y-o-u.cf). I put sitemap with http b/ After that I add www property but I didn't add new sitemap to not dublicate content.

Is it good that I didn't put a sitemap with www ?

  1. I add ssl connection. hhtp redirect to https:// and www redirect to https:// using 301 redirection. all contenet is the same. Full redirection

Is it better to add property in google webmaster with https too? Is it nessary to add sitemap with https when I am adding https property? or Is it better to remove http sitemap and to add https sitemap (google already indexed well all links) ?

  1. What will happen with Google PR? Is my site will be better placed in google searching or will loose because now I have got 3 separate properties?


  • Too many questions here. It also isn't clear what you are asking for some of them. Please try to limit the focus of this question to one topic and try to clarify exactly what it is you are trying to learn. – John Conde Sep 7 '15 at 16:03
  • I saw that question before but answers are not good. Why? Because Google said for every type make property. What's happen with sitemap ? Whare is better to put it.? And what's happen with indexing and search results.? If you wish to not duble the content where to put the sitemap and to improve searching results. This is the reason the same question to be asked on diffrent stages ? I know enough for that but I am lookinhg for others who can share their opinion with me. – vladimir iliev Sep 7 '15 at 19:01
  • From Google:For example, if you add the site example.com to Search Console, don't list site URLs in this format: example.com/home.html. Instead, use the full URL, such as example.com/home.html. If you have multiple variations of your site verified, such as example.com and example.com), you should only submit URLs from your preferred version in your sitemap. – vladimir iliev Sep 7 '15 at 20:21
  • Preferred domain. To Google, example.com, example.com, example.com, and example.com are all different sites. Thus, sitemaps you’ve submitted for the site example.com won't be visible in the Sitemaps page of Search Console for example.com. To address this issue, make sure you've added all versions of your site then, tell Google your preferred domain and only submit sitemaps for the preferred one. – vladimir iliev Sep 7 '15 at 20:25
  • I 've got officeal answer from Google /NOT from you/: – vladimir iliev Sep 9 '15 at 13:40

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