I've been SEO'ing for about 3 years now but never ever messed around with pointing domains and testing the results thereof. So I need you to help me out with something here.
Lets say I have (W) my website and its domain and (D) I have gone and registered three DOMAINS.
(W) - Website
(D) - 3 newly registered and pointed domains
I've done some DNS pointing with the A and WWW records for all three new domains. So now when you go to (W), everything is still the same which is a good thing. When you go to (D) it shows my site but with the entered domain still displaying in the address bar.
How would search engines rank these new domains (D) since it now basically has (W)'s content on it? And as I'm suspecting, if the search engines does index (D) does this mean duplicate content?
Edited by DontIndexMyName, 21 April 2011 - 03:47 AM.