Today I found quite an interesting “data center” of Google and this is http://ggoogle.com.
The first thing that stunned me is that ggoogle.com doesn’t redirect to google.com. All the pages remain with the domain ggoogle.com including the advertising program and so on. We could say Google could be accused by their own rules – duplicate content.
I’m wondering what Matt Cutts thinks about that.
Further more I’ve conducted some searches and it seams that the main index is updated but the images index isn’t.
Here is an example with Digg.com.
Very big differences in the “relevant results”.
The domain ggoogle.com is registered by google.com and has their nameservers:
Registrar: MARKMONITOR, INC.
Dates: Created 04-jul-2000 Updated 06-nov-2006 Expires 04-jul-2007
DNS Servers: NS2.GOOGLE.COM NS1.GOOGLE.COM NS3.GOOGLE.COM NS4.GOOGLE.COM
What’s your opinion?
Thanks to a digg user utcursch
Google owns most of their typos (gogle, gogole, gooogle etc)
Some of these will redirect you to google. For eg. the following redirect me to http://www.google.co.in/
Some others donâ€™t redirect to google. For eg.
GGoogle.com belongs to the second category.