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I recommend your third option. Have just one main page and use redirects for when users type in URLs that don't match the order. I chose this option with my currency conversion website (convert EUR and USD, with USD and EUR redirecting to it) and it has worked great for SEO. I recommend putting the two in alphabetic order in the URL as a way of being ...


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Is it possible to check on the end (3) that user visit came from (1) my shortened link? No, because "(1) my shortened link" is not the referrer. The web page that contains "(1) my shortened link" is the referrer and it's this that is potentially*1 passed down the line by the browser. For example: Webpage-X contains "my-shortener-...


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No, a CNAME does not cause a redirect. A CNAME is a DNS alias that says "The server for this host name is located at the same IP address as the server for this other host name." It is up to the web server at that IP address how to handle requests for the hostname. The web server may: Issue a redirect. Serve the same content as the other ...


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CNAMEs work entirely differently to his many people think they do, but the problem here also likely involves the web server. CNAMEs map a (sub)domain to another domain. Because we are talking about web service ultimately this means converting a name to an IP address. What is happening in practice is your computers DNS subsystem looks up tumblr.wp20201111....


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