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January 28, 2009


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Wow, that is a nice observation you got there. But really i personally don trust that site anymore, i know that site from some forum probably from Google Community, i try to use it but the result didn't went so accurate so i quit from it

I entered "http://www.alltell.com" in the Search Engine Friendly Redirect Checker & it said there 's a redirect to "http://www.alltel.com", so...am i missing something?

This is a great analysis.I've never tried it before and based on your explanation you have point of view and one thing we must remember on using some tools including some firefox addons that there is no accurate tools and manual is the safest but hardest to do on SEO.

I had the same problem, at one point I was believing that there was a new and more direct form of redirection! .. naaa there should be a bug.. bam! found your post. greetings

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