A Suggestion to the Server admin

  • ccb056
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Just a suggestion, I noticed that your site with the www has a google page rank of 8, but without the www it has a pagerank of 3, why are you not running code similiar to <a href="http://short-circuit.zapto.org/ftopic413.php">this</a> to optimize the pagerank?
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  • Bigwebmaster
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Well I supposed I could use something similiar like that to make a permanent redirect from ozzu.com to www .ozzu.com - really though it wouldn't make that much of a difference. The single ozzu.com domain only has one backlink anyway. Thanks for the suggestion.
  • webmastery
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Post 3+ Months Ago

It's probably worth doing. Two lines of code in your .htaccess file and you're all set.
  • CazpianXI
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Does doing that really help your Google ranking? (I never knew that that would help)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I don't think it would have any effect, but I'm not speaking (writing) from experience. However, on the google webmaster advice pages, they say the only way to regain your pagerank/popularity if you move domains is to have other people update their links to your site, which implies that a re-direct doesn't transfer any pagerank.

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