kieranmullen

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from what I am told and what I have read by many seo's is that search engines have so many sites to prcoess that they can not identify www.domain.com and domain.com as 1 site. 90% of the sites out there are setup with dual host headers.

So would there be an easier option rather than setting up 2 sites in the future with cpanel? Perhaps auto setup of domain.com with a 301 redirect to the main site?

http://www.webmasterworld.com/website_technology/3272651.htm

Appreciate anyone who knows SEO input on this topic.

Thank you

KieranMullen
 

kieranmullen

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I already understood that.

Its the same way with other control panels as well.

However again www.domain.com and domain.com load as www.domain.com and domain.com one does not get forwarded to another. So each is really treated like its own site and therefore the pagerank will be split between them.

You can also google dicusssions on the same topic as well.

KieranMullen
 

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Interesting. Maybe that's why I have a glass ceiling on my page rank.
 

kieranmullen

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No that has nothign to do with this topic. The crawler simulator has to do with how the spider navigates through your website. Often people have javascript/flash menus which the spider cant navigate through.

You could also use the lynx browser on a linux computer if you can go through your website in lynx then the spider will be able to see it.

However this topic again is about the fact that since 2 sites share same content it sees it as 2 websites..

KM