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- Guy Macon
September 15, 2005, 6:37 am
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As we all know, redirecting a webpage with a HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh"
meta tag isn't nearly as good for SEO as having a 301 redirect
permanent diective in your .htaccess is.
I just ran into an interesting claim. The following web page:
http://www.viz.co.nz/parked-domain-names.htm appears to argue
that, as far as SEO goes, a a HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" meta tag
*followed by* a 301 redirect permanent directive is just
as good as a 301 redirect permanent directive by itself. The
page makes the same claim about 100% framesets.
Guy Macon <http://www.guymacon.com/
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