21 August 2009 15:54pm
Google appears to of cached my site using a URL and querystring which doesn't appear on my site - the link works and obviousaly I have full tracking for certain SEO key words. However i don't understand where it pulle dthe querystring from? Obviously keen to keep the tracking though! Any ideas how this occured and how to retain tracking?
Marketing Manager at Boss Cart
23 August 2009 09:28am
I suppose the best way to find out the origin of the problem is registering to google webmaster central, where you may find those pages listed which have inbound and/or the external links. I think this will help you identifying the cause. Otherwise with a simple htaccess code snippet you may easily remove query strings from the end of all URL.
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