A litte help. When I purchased my domain I made a mistake when publishing my site and used...
another name, there was a slight difference instead of using (a) I used (the) in the begining of the tiltle. Anyhow, I was completely clueless to the web developing world, still am I still show up when I type my url using (the) but not using (a). Gosh I know this sounds confusing, sorry. I was just wondering is this hurting me in any way as far as ranking or anything else?. If anyone understood anything I wrote. Thanks for your help!
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