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I have just noticed that the capitalisation of Site in
Site:www.url.com brings back vastly different results to site:www.url.com. Anyone have any clue as to why and what it is?
It looks like with the capital S it is just doing a normal search.
On a similar theme:
can anyone get me upto speed on why
returns different results to
Just to add a little extra:-
there are no subdomain results returned and both queries return results as www.
I notice that there are supplemental pages included in the site:mydomain.com but not in the site:www.
Why should there be a difference between them?
I would guess that it only treats the "www" as another subdomain (which it is, strictly speaking), the sanme way you can search for site:subdomain.domain.com/
Make sure you use a 301 redirect to push all domain.com traffic over to www.domain.com instead.
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