As world cup fever is up, Google India explored a Cricket World Cup Campaign recently, assuring cricket fans an exclusively interactive experience through Internet. This campaign would help users to write, share and debate about and take pleasure in the Cricket World Cup through an incorporated platform of Google products like Google homepage, Google Desktop, Blogger and Orkut by way of special landing page.
Google is further hosting a blogging cricket contest, entries for which one can submit it. This would comprise posts on anything from cricket ground West Indies to viewers judgments on the progress of the various teams at the World Cup. Both existing and new users would can avail the chance to take part in this amazing contest.
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It has been established at Search Summit Conference that it is so excellent to use 301-redirect for the permanent move of a site to a new domain.
Adam Lasnik said this during the conference meeting that it is not good to use 302-redirect which is the temporarily move in the old pages i.e. if the page file names are not changed. If it is done then the pages will be re-indexed by Googlebot. He also suggested that to keep the old site alive till the new pages are cached.
Another idea was suggested by the support engineer that to include Xml sitemap in the new domain for the faster indexing. Where Adam assured that usage of 301-redirect with Google sitemap will surely make the relocation process fast without trouble and the also the entire site re-indexing much faster without using 302-redirect.
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