Proper implementation of CMS is essential for Google PageRank10-01-2011
Almost all sites have multiple addresses. When a visitor writes in the address field of the browser http://negeso-cms.com/ instead of the usual http://www.negeso-cms.com , then he or she is on the same Web site. Often a site has more addresses. All this is controlled by the global directory of the Internet: the Domain Name System ( DNS ). Having multiple addresses increases the chance that visitors will find a website, but if this is not properly implemented technically, this is a problem for Google PageRank. When Google indexes the pages of a website "thinks" there are several sites with literally the same texts then Google lowers the relevance of the pages and thus places them at a lower position in search results. Read: potential customers can not find. The solution is simple, but must have a content management system installed. In Negeso Website / CMS this is obviously the case. The solution consists of implementing the redirecting called 301. With this technique, all alternative addresses are redirected to a main address. This way Google and other search engines see the website as a website.
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