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301 Redirect malicious backlinks - negative seo

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by qwertzui11, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. qwertzui11

    qwertzui11 Registered Member

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    One of my site had a negative seo attack.
    Hopefully, only one of my inner page got the hit.
    I decided to move on a brand new domain, but i dont want to waste my homepage's good backlinks.

    Is it safe to redirect only the homepage to the new domain, to pass its linkjuice/pr/domain-age? Because I dont want to start from zero. Will the bad backlinks (them are actually leads nowhere), affect my new site in this case?
     
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    It's not safe. Backlinks and even anchors get transferred via 301 redirect.
     
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    marios_521 Regular Member

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    Your site has negative "juice" spread in it.
     
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    naskootbg Power Member

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    301 to other domain, 301 to www or to non www, 301 to https - all the same. How many backlinks competitors/attackers sending? When you are atttacked, the reason is you earn some money and others wants to get them, you must be able to buy some pro account and devalue all negative backlinks or just send spam backlinks to all competitors - this will devalue the backlinks ranking factor.
     
  5. qwertzui11

    qwertzui11 Registered Member

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    Thats ok.
    But we are talking about only redirecting the homepage, that luckily has no bad backlinks.
    The inner pages that has been attacked, would run to "not found", and only the homepage would be redirected to new domain.
    What about that idea?