__/ [".:J:." <MONKEYselskab-at-bigfoot.com>] on Monday 19 December 2005 20:23
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [.:J:.] on Monday 19 December 2005 07:45 \__
>>> Hi Roy
>>> Thx, been waiting now. Hoped that I could see Pagerank move along
>>> slowly by now. Will just have to be patient.
>>> Wordpress is soon launching wp 2.0, supposed to make SEO work better.
>> I am not too sure about that. There is resistance to changes. A few
>> ago I suggested removing '.www' at the core (merging PageRank), but it
>> break a few sites. It was part of a discussion on trailing slashes and
>> permanent links that are SEO-friendly and are not ambiguous (e.g. look
>>> Perhaps I could still tune the current wp 1.52 on my web
>> I would just sit and wait if I were you. if you want to upgrade already,
>> You can later put the final version on top of it. It's mainly bug fixes at
>> the moment, features are on freeze. Just make sure you make ,many backups
>> you go down that route.
As of several hours ago:
So version 2.0 will probably be released within just days; quite prematurely
if you ask me. Opera still crashes when you delete a post, for example. The
AdBlock conflict stands too. It's Matt's decision though and holidays have
huge download volumes. Expect 2 million downloads of WP 2.0.
>>> Cheers n' merry x-mas
>> Merry Christmas to you too.
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> so u r saying that sites that use no www in front get worse pr ?
No, but consistency is important. Try to stick to just one version (probably
without the www 'umbilical cord') or else you might lose valuable ranks in
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