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  1. #1
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    Feb 2002
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    Fountain Valley, CA
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    Question 302 redirect issue with Search Engines

    We have been having problems with search engines indexing our sites. There are two issues that have been raised. One is that due to a problem with Qwest.net, portions of the network has been blocked due to spammers. Naturally, our ip addresses are part of this pool and we have been blacklisted on several sites. We have been told, for example, Google takes into consideration in their algorythym (sp) that if you have been identified as a spammer, it will lower your ranking.

    The second issue is that evidently, when a search engine enters a Cobalt RaQ site, it will get a 302 error, a redirect error, when trying to browse the site. Evidently, this can cause the lowering of our ranking.

    How can we avoid the 302 error?
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  2. #2
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    Jul 2000
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    Costa Mesa, California
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    List your domain as http://www.domain.com rather than http://domain.com.

    Mike

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2002
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    Fountain Valley, CA
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    ???

    I think that we do use www.domainname.com. Are you referring to the site name created on the RaQ server? If so, then we are using www.domainname.com. We do have the sites aliased as domainname.com.
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