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Amazon S3 - Options for routing naked URL

Problem I am using a custom domain to host a static index.html on amazon S3. That all works fine on my domain: site.com. However, when I visit www.site.com I get an error. From what I understand I ...
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1answer
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Ip-failover and geolocalization

I have a server (from OVH) located in France with French ip. However most of the people coming to my website are from Poland. From what I read having a Polish ip address could lead to better search ...
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2answers
129 views

DNS wildcard entry from *.domain.com to www.domain.com

If a user enters ww2.domain.com he should be redirected to www.domain.com. This should be possible for all sort of subdomains (e.g. xxx.domain.com, ww.domain.com, ...). How should I set up the DNS ...
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2answers
89 views

A record for www [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What’s the point in having “www” in a URL? My present DNS configuration for my website's A record is as below Name Value --------------------------- ...
4
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2answers
408 views

Domain name change with minimum seo impact

I am owner of an existing (3 yr. old) domain http://www.22shrutiharmonium.com and my website appears at the top of the search results in case of some search phrases like "22 shruti" , "22 shruti ...
2
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1answer
939 views

Forward domain for flavors.me yet retain own_domain.com/blog

I wish to have my flavors.me use my own domain, yet still wish to retain access to own_domain.com/blog The way flavors.me works now is that I must have the DNS A record point at their IP. Which ...
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2answers
849 views

Can nameserver issues affect SEO?

take a look at the DNS errors on this site. Might it affect how google indexes the site? The site is not even returned in searches http://www.intodns.com/legacytrustuk.org
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1answer
3k views

Do CNAME DNS entries affect SEO?

I am setting up a website for a client that I will be hosting and maintaining, and I am trying to determine what will be the most pain free setup. My thought is to do the following: Set up the ...
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216 views

Search-engine friendly DNS redirection

Is it possible to redirect one domain to another using DNS protocol (and not HTTP prococol), and that redirection being friendly to search engines?? i.e. such that search engines know that the two ...