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I am on a shared host with windows server and an h-sphere panel.
It sounds like your content is accessible using your ip addresss directly. This is not the right thing to do. If a visitor enters
then you should redirect them (preferably with a '301 Moved Permanently' header) to your correct address at
rather than just serving the content. Talk to your server administrator to get this set up right.
You need to do a couple of things immediately.
1. Make sure the shared account has been completely removed and verify it by following the IP domain name URLs in the index.
I am on a shared host with windows server
Well, I don't know that I would go willy-nilly issuing redirects if I was sharing an IP address with other domains -- how do you know which domain the request was for. OTOH, I guess it won't hurt for you to redirect. If the server is configured correctly, you'll probably never actually get any such requests; if it's not, then there's already a mess and you're not making it that much worse.
It occurs to me that I don't know why Google is willing to list bogus domain names such as this.
joined:May 31, 2004
What about your directories within?
That's what counts. Google will analize your page, if ok then another page.
Just cause you have a dedicated IP will not help if you are looking for your site to show up high.
What is the connection of your page b..or c or d?
Then what's your homepage about? Virtual server or dedicated is not part of the math problem.
Search engines are smarter than that. (well not MSN right now).
Original Content = #*$!? nOPE!
Be original oR prove it.\
If you don't have a cancer cure then do not even talk to me about your bull#*$! biz.