jdMorgan - 2:55 pm on Aug 2, 2002 (gmt 0) No extra hosting is needed; Consolidating multiple domains and their Page Rank can easily be done Jim
Does that take hosting for the additional domain names, or just "pointing" them, where there is_no
separate .htaccess, no separate robots.txt? There is no control over the servers, it's just "rented"
virtual hosting with one IP number, in some cases it can be a shared IP. People are fighting against
taking hosting for more than one. They want one account with additional domains.
under the circumstances you specified above. Some fairly recent discussion here] [webmasterworld.com]. However, this method
(using a 301 redirect) will likely cause all of the duplicate domains to disappear from the index, leaving
all of their PR concentrated on the one "standard" domain you choose to keep. That's what you want
if you are doing it "clean", but probably not what the client with 100 purchased keyword-domain-name
variants intended when he/she paid for all those domain names.
No extra hosting is needed; Consolidating multiple domains and their Page Rank can easily be done