Swebbie - 7:48 pm on Jul 11, 2005 (gmt 0)
Would not implementing a 301 when you know Google has both the www and non-www versions indexed cause neither to rank highly when one would if it was all by itself? I've found a couple of my sites that are not apparently sandboxed, but are very far down the SERPs list for keywords they've been optimized for. One of these sites is #1 out of 25,000,000 pages at MSN and in the top 20 at Yahoo, but is about #400 at Google for the same keyword. Could the lack of a 301 be the culprit (or at least be a major contributing factor)?