Found this today while browsing:
http://trainthoughts.com/231/side-effec … gle-panda/
I don't really know what it means but I thought some of you may know. And maybe explain it too.
the www. or wwww or ww2 or xxx or anything that appears before a domain name is a subdomain.
usually when you set up a site you set one version www.domain or just .domain as having precedence in your own server and with google webmaster tools
Paul pointed out that google in its infinite ineptitude had indexed
ww.hubpages rather than www. or hubpages
I had seen those ww.'s floating around also - but because of the breadcrumb change figured they had done it intentionally
he actually said that better - just google relative links : http://www.extropia.com/tutorials/web_d … links.html
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