Hi. I hope I have this in the right section. I have a domain that has been used as an online store for my small business. I used to use self-hosted wordpress with an ecommerce plugin. The preferred domain set with Google was the non-www version. Now, I just transferred my shop to an ecomemrce provider (Indiemade, it's like shopify). They insisted that I must CNAME my www version to their site. So that's what I did. I set up the CNAME and then changed the preferred version in Google WMT to be the www version. Now, I have set up a sub-domain for my blog (blog.) Thing is, I'm sure I have left something out. I have a bad feeling that there's something I should be doing that I'm not. I feel a bit confused about what is going on. Where does my data show in WMT? I have registered the blog subdomain on WMT, submitted a sitemap and fetched, but after more than a week no pages are indexed. The www version in WMT is showing indexed pages, but only 10. Not nearly enough. The non-www shows 77 are indexed. Doing a site: search on Google brings up the blog pages, and mostly non-www pages of the main site, all of which show a page not found when clicked. Does all of my data show in my preferred domain in WMT, even the blog subdomain? Would anyone be so kind as to offer some advice to move forwards, perhaps things I may have missed and what I should be doing to deal with the old pages that no longer exist? Regards, Richard.