Do You Need Two Reconsideration Requests To Be Submitted?

Apr 8, 2013 - 8:13 am 7 by

Google Webmaster ToolsA WebmasterWorld thread has one webmaster asking if he needs to submit two reconsideration requests to Google.

He asks because Google often requests you verify both the www and non-www version of your site to Google Webmaster Tools. Google also goes on record has treating the www and non-www version of your site differently.

Well, technically they can treat them differently, Google is smart enough to not treat them differently as well.

I doubt you need to submit dual reconsideration requests to Google. I doubt the majority of reconsideration requests that are submitted are done for both the www and non-www.

Do you think it is necessary to submit dual reconsideration requests?

Update: John Mueller of Google said on Google+ in response to this post, that there is no need to submit it for both the www and non-www versions.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.


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