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How to find what is maxing out my entry processes?
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Web traffic Check the web logs to see which pages are being requested. If they're hitting a single page with a bad plug-in then it should show you the Page/Request URI that the user hit. Some things ...

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Multiple domains for different products?
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In short, register all of the domains that you feel/think you need for your specific brands. If you don't it's much harder to get back the brand/domain because your competition has squatted on them. ...

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What are protentional downfalls of using profanity in my domain and site branding?
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This really depends on the demographics of the target market for the site. These are the key things that will impact access and potentially success. User Location Users browsing from a public ...

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Would an elastic IP affect SEO?
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No. The reason this won't negatively impact your SEO is because of something called DNS. Basically DNS resolves your Domain Name back to your IP address. When you're setting up accounts on various ...

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Redirect a URL to another URL with IIS 7.5
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You should setup a CNAME record in DNS that gives the alias webmail.example.com to mail.example.com. If you don't manage your own DNS server, then this may be able to happen at your registrar. If you ...

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Indexing a page in which the content is discovered in a map
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Since you're talking about a Javascript-based web app, you might want to take a look at Google's recommendation for making AJAX pages crawlable. If your app observes the URL mapping and HTML snapshot ...

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Serving proper 404/410 error codes on dynamic database driven site
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According to RFC 2616 (Section 4.2): The order in which header fields with differing field names are received is not significant. However, it is "good practice" to send general-header fields ...

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Clients requesting garbled URLs
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Sometimes people will change URLs to see how your site responds. I've done this with several sites where I needed high-resolution reference imagery and figured that the site was scaling the images ...

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Google Analytics for mobile site
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In regard to configuration, if you look into the standard reports for Google Analytics, because you're only using one domain and not hosting a microsite that would require separate analytics, it's ...

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What should <h1> and <h2> be used for?
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Google and other search engines usually read things like recommendations from the W3C and RFCs. According to a W3C recommendation for The global structure of an HTML document: A heading [h1,etc] ...

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What does ADV in the email title stand for
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Some states require it (Colorado), but it doesn't look like it's coming from mailchimp based on a Google search. If you're using a filtering service on your inbound messages like an antivirus/antispam ...

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Website doesn't default to HTTPS
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If you have access to the Virtual Hosts settings at the httpd.conf level, another option using mod_alias would be: &lt;VirtualHost *:80&gt; ServerName www.example.com Redirect / https://www....

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Google stopped indexing my site. Is there a substitute for a XML sitemap?
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Create an account at Google Webmaster Tools. In about a week they should be able to tell you exactly where the problem pages for the site are under the status for the domain in question. They'll say ...

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Is there a program to prevent downloading a whole site
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You can, but it's a lot of work with a potential of no pay-off. There is no software out there called protect example.com on a shelf somewhere. There definitely isn't on the open-source sites. ...

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Handling pagination, sorting and results per page with SEO-friendly URLs
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For Google, the best method for doing this is to specify the specific URL parameters to Google. In short, when you tell Google what each parameter in the request URI query string means, it will allow ...

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Domain migration and duplicate content/index issue
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The best way is to use 301 redirects to remove all duplicate content. However, if you do a blanket 301 redirect from example.net to example.com you're telling the search engines that you are no longer ...

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SEO penalization after 301 redirect
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SEO has little to do with the code and more to do with people staying on the site when they're presented with the site as a search result. The reason for the ranking is because of all of the social ...

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Using Google apps / eNom domain change webhosts without breaking email?
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You always want to take a look at the complete DNS records and make sure that all IP addresses and resolutions have been accounted for. Additionally if you're using SPF records or TXT records those ...

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Am I changing my title of the site for SEO reasons in a correct way?
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Definitely overthinking. In the past, changing a few words on your page might increase the relevance for those pages in a search engine based on word priority. Now the way it works (best guess from ...

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