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- Posted on
June 24, 2004, 3:45 am
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I normally use the URL with no www, but my bath site (redburg.co.uk)
and two Page Rankings:
www.redburg.co.uk - PR 5
redburg.co.uk - PR 4
I had always assumed the two URL's were the same. My host has always
said omit the www in any forms, correspondence, etc
1. How does Google Inc see the differences in the two domains and
therefore assign different Page Rankings?
Also if you enter www.redburg.co.uk into google.com and then click on
Links, it shows some links, and then more under "Contains Term".
2. How does Google see the differences of a "link" and a site which
"contains" the URL but also links?
Re: www included and omitted in a URL - Page Ranking Effects
As Google (being a bit slow on more than one issue) sees "" and "www." as
two seperate domains, you are fine as long as you choose to promote one or
I choose "www.", as do most people. My "" domains are all PR0, and that's
fine with me. :)