[racket] Google doesn't know from DrRacket

From: Stephen De Gabrielle (stephen.degabrielle at acm.org)
Date: Thu Jul 1 14:56:09 EDT 2010

I'm guessing there is a XML sitemap registered with google/bing/yahoo?

Google respects the http redirection response(301), but only seems to
maintain page rank for page to page mappings:

> Don't do a single redirect directing all traffic from your old site to your
> new home page. This will avoid 404 errors, but it's not a good user
> experience. It's more work, but a page-to-page redirect will help preserve
> your site's ranking in Google while providing a consistent and transparent
> experience for your users. If there won't be a 1:1 match between pages on
> your old site and your new site (recommended), try to make sure that every
> page on your old site is at least redirected to a new page with similar
> content.

I know I'm statingthe obvious, but If you have access to your old web site
access logs page referrer statistics, you can limit yourself to the pages
that seem have high page rank, rather that trying to catch everything.


On Wednesday, June 30, 2010, Joe Marshall  wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 1:50 PM, David Van Horn  wrote:
>> I think a lot of people on the list would be interested if you can sketch
>> what's involved here.
> It's all spelled out on   http://www.google.com/webmasters/
> --
> ~jrm
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