Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by incognito026, Nov 6, 2013.
my money site gets a manual penalty. Will a 301 redirect to a new domain works?
The new domain needs some clean links before you make it safe to redirect the penalized site to it.
Thank you for the answer.
Will try it. and let you know
How long does i take before the 301 juice start working?
no 301 will pass it. the domain is garbage now.
A 301 is never safe.
OP if you want to rank again for a few weeks then 301 your site. Otherwise, build a new one and start over.
Penalty will pass eventually.
New domain is start indexing.
Somebody know how long it takes before site will show in serps ?
The manual penalty gets weaker as more time passes.
i.e., 1 month weaker than day 1.
If you do a 301 redirect immediately, you won't see any real benefits
New site is indexed by google but is only ranking for: domain.com
Other pages or keywords are nowhere in the search results. Will it came with time when the link juice will passed?
301 redirect is the right choice to follow by every webmaster??
301 usually works for about a month and then the new domain gets penalized to.
Great that I found this thread.
I had a shop with no. 1 rankings for all money making keywords between 2009 and 2011. Then came the first Google update and it dropped by some places. With Hummingbird the shop went to nowhere. My SEO guy then told me to move the shop to a new domain and do a 301 redirect. He told me that all the positive juice will then be forwarded to the new domain and all negativ juice stays out. Worked great for some weeks, then the new domain dropped as well. Immediately took out the 301 redirect 6 or 7 weeks ago. He then told me, the new doamin will recover as soon as Google checks that the 301 redirect is gone. Nothing has changed until now.
What shall I do now? Move one again? Isn´t there any other way since I´ve already moved once?
if you got manually penalized then every new domain you get will also get penalized eventually. Check your content. The more you move your stuff around to different domains, the more ranking you will lose. You need to keep domain age and stability in the equation for google to rank you at the top.
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