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301 High Authority Parasite Pages

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by itsjinx, Mar 3, 2015.

  1. itsjinx

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    For those of you experienced in 301ing, I am genuinely wondering if any benefit can be gained by 301ing a page from a high authority website to a money site?

    For example, take these 3 very high authority websites:
    1. authoritysite1.com
    2. authoritysite2.com
    3. authoritysite3.com

    Now since most authority sites dont allow 301ing to your own website, pretend that we paid those 3 authority site owners money to simply 301 a non-existing page to a money site:
    1. authoritysite1.com/buy-blue-widgets -> 301 -> bluewidgetsmoneysite.com
    2. authoritysite2.com/quality-blue-widgets -> 301 -> bluewidgetsmoneysite.com
    3. authoritysite3.com/get-blue-widgets -> 301 -> bluewidgetsmoneysite.com

    Assumptions:
    - Using real server-side 301 redirect from previously non-existing pages on each authority site
    - Each authority site is NOT necessarily niche relevant. Meaning they are in the tech niche but not the blue widget niche.
    - Permission to build links to the 301 pages on authority sites(if need be)
    - Each authority site is completely unrelated to each other in terms of owner/hosting/niche/etcr


    I am wondering if doing this with the 3 authority sites(or more than 3) would help rank bluewidgetsmoneysite.com? I know 301 and 302 redirects do not have the power the once did, but does the authority of the website doing the 301 redirect make a noticeable difference in the ranking power passed to the money site?

    I appreciate any input!
     
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    You would need to rank the inner page for the keyword, rather than the main domain.
    and then it should transfer the power

    I don't see any reason why it wont work
     
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    Can you elaborate on what you mean? If the inner page on the authority website(parasite) doesn't exist prior to 301ing, how could you rank it exactly?
     
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    if there is no page, there is nothing to 301,
    so you make the page with your content, you can hide from the public, but you need to index it for google to know it exists, otherwise, how can it pass juice if google doesn't know about it.
     
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    that's not necessarily true. I have seen many cases where 301 redirects are created just for the purposes of buffering an influx of links to a money site which means that even if the page didn't exist prior to the 301 that it can still pass some link juice for whatever links are then built to that 301. I have read some scenarios where authority 301's were used simply to delay/avoid any link velocity penalty because google has a higher threshold for authority domains...
     
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    any other opinions?