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301 Redirect Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by richie311, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. richie311

    richie311 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Can you 301 redirect as many domains as you want? Meaning can I have like 20 domains all redirecting to the same domain? Or is this going to be a huge flag/issue?
     
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    I have seen people 301 redirected more than 20 domains to a particular domain without any problem. IN this SEO world nothing is certain, i can say as of now there won't be any problem.
     
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    the more domains you 301 point to your website, the better it is - assuming each pointing domain carries some link juice that is unique.
     
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    This used to be true but google caught on to this last year. One would spam links to new or ysed domains and then 301 to moneysite. Doing this now will most likely kill your money site, and this is from personal experience of many domains
     
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    Altough I'm not sure about the risks,getting aged domains with some seo history should make wonders.
     
  7. This Web Guy

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    This is fine, as long as the sites you're redirecting haven't been penalised
     
  8. Stizerg

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    One of my customers did 301 redirects, he said it doesn't pass link juice anymore. He's using direct links now.
     
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    Watch the video and learn directly from Google.

     
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  10. Raffy

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    301ing multiple domains works fine. At worst it won't have any impact.

    If 301s passed penalties then anytime your site gets penalized you could simple 301 to your top competitor, penalize them, and build a new site. Luckily it doesn't work like that in my experience.
     
  11. scorpion king

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    301 redirect does pass link juice. But wait how can we check it passes link juice or not. If you look into rank change, then it depends on competition and other factors.