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301 redirect aged domain DA 45 to brand new domain - how long till i see effect ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by danhoff, Apr 25, 2013.

  1. danhoff

    danhoff Power Member

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    I bought aged (7 years), Pr4, DA 45 domain with clean link profile and i'd like to redirect it to my brand new domain with wordpress blog to give it trust and authority of the aged domain. How long ahould i wait for the trust to flow to new domain and how long to wait with link building campaign to the new site (as we all know, aged / trust site we can blast a lot) ?
     
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    bump ..
     
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  4. HighTop123

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    I would like to know the answer to this as well.

    OP - was it easy to do the 301 redirect? I have just bought a domain myself.... What was the process?

    My reason for asking is that there are a lot of different ways to do it, and you obviously want to make sure you did it in a way you are actually going to get all the juice/backlinks.... Such as detailed in this post:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...nd-your-high-google-page-ranking-domains.html
     
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  5. danhoff

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    Some people said you need to wait till the old links from expired domain will show in WMT account of the new domain.
     
  6. Kimi

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    An aged domain doesn't pass the same age, trust and authority so you better start building a site on that aged domain instead of redirecting. At least that's how I do, you are free to try.
     
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    Yep, then link to your current site from it. It WILL help your rankings.
     
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    Yea, that will help.
     
  9. danhoff

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    Thanks ...
     
  10. HighTop123

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    So what does a 301 redirect do if it is going from the domain purchased in an auction to the new domain?

    Is there any benefit?
     
  11. danhoff

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    Transfer authority, age and trust over to new domain.
     
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    I used 301 redirects twice. They take around 2-4 weeks to take an effect. At least, that's how long it took for me.
     
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    You also have to consider how you intend to use the 301,if it is designed to be associated with the blog I would actually use the same host company,looks more natural if not then you'd use a different hosting company.This will depend on how you intend to use it.It can be worth building the site up first with quality and sort of associate it withthe blog,not linking to it but mentioning the company name or blog etc,of course you'd primarily use quality links,then after time you'd 301 it to the blog,this entire process would look natural even with a manual review.If you're setting up a network to use on other sites this doesn't really apply and you would defintely use seperate hosting if you intend to use the 301'd domain on other sites in the future.