Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Aty, Feb 26, 2014.
Any idea why they did that?
Not really sure what you mean... non www still redirects to www, as it always has (hasn't it??)...
but what is the issue with that? I don't see any problem at all.
that will affect my earnings badly.
Probably some rankings/seo issues ^
I Will Checked All Is Well On Fiverr.
Dude nobody said it was an issue but you... We're just curious for god sake.
It was non-www before, so www redirected to non-www.
No problem at all, it's just interesting.
I'm sure that's not gonna happen.
May after years, they Realize there Mistake and Correct it.
Maybe google de-rank it due to too much bullshit and bad gigs and they moved to www version of the domain.
i don't think it effect too much anything whether they use http://fiverr.com or http://www.fiverr.com
both can be redirected to each other.
On their analytics they might saw people type www version more, than non www version. since there is no SEO advantage on www version. So that may be the case.
I moved one of my sites over to Google Pagespeed. They can't use a naked non www url with that service so I had to go www and a redirect to use it. Possibly something like that ?
past many days they are facing one problem after the other. maybe they took 1st step to sort out those problems
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