|Subject:||Re: www subdomain|
|Posted by:||Mitch Bujard (cli.…@schoolfonts.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Jul 2013|
On 2013-06-05 02:21:45 +0000, j said:
> WWW subdomains
> Google recommends, and I see that many major sites are complying, with
> not having duplicate content on a subdomain. At least that is my take
> on it.
> So, if you have www.some-domain.com and some-domain.com, traffic on
> some-domain.com gets a 301 to www.some-domain.com
> Can anyone shed some light on why this is being done?
Sorry, I do not understand. Up until now, I thought that using
www.fontmenu.com or fontmenu.com pointing to the same content, it was
seen by Google as the same site. Now, which one is considered best by
Well. Now should I use a php index page, so I can see if
www.fontmenu.com has been used, and reroute to fontmenu.com ?
If Google is bad enough not to filter out the www, it is rather
ridiculous. But after all...
Where did you get the information from Google about that issue ?
www subdomain posted by j on Tue, 04 Jun 2013