kellyman - 4:30 pm on Jul 29, 2012 (gmt 0)
Thansk for taking the time to reply
Not sure why this would be in Google until i can prove its just Google not playing ball
But to answer your question all the new pages were index within 48 hours it looked really straightforward and went without a hitch, a site:mysite shows all the pages, if i do that on my old site it shows some of the old site but around 200 of the 17k left.
I just thought it was Google going slow as in Bing its fine and pages kind of where they were before.
The transition is complete but no rankings, it like Google is not giving the credit to the site.
But it was those 301s showing up in SEOmoz crawl thats baffling me as im not tracking the old site just the new site and the new site dont have any 301's in place
I did think about being caught in a algorithmic problem but i would still rank for some things, even if i copy text from my home page, my site dont show up but it does for its name,
But going back to the initial setup on the old site i would think that it just needs the single line to say old site moved to new, but my developer says that is not the way it should be and has, set the rules of the php script to convert to lower case , fix canonical's and remove the trailing slash, that too is implemented on the new server so why have it twice