I'm wondering whether this has anything to do with an Allegra update ranking loss on one of my sites.
For one site unaffected by the allegra update, when I type in [sitename...] into google, it shows up as the same backlinks as the [sitename...] version. So both urls are consolidated and viewed as the same site. Both have the same page rank, backlinks etc
This must have been done automatically by the hosting company as i havent a clue when it comes to tinkering with my apache settings.
Now when I look at the site slammed in the latest update, hosted somewhere else, I see that the http:// www version has a page rank of 6, whereas the http:// version has a page rank of 1.
So in the search engine's eyes they view these as two seperate web sites?
If I type in &filter=0 for the keywords I'm back at 1
I'm thinking this could be triggering a duplicate content penalty...I was advised a while ago to perform a 301 redirect on all my sites so the www would always show.....Disaster is waiting around the corner when you procrastinate.
Anyone else seeing this?