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301 redirect question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LeanLow, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. LeanLow

    LeanLow Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I bought a site that i want to 301 redirect, all links to the site are to www if i would redirect the site thru registrar would it redirect the bot www and non-www or only non-www ? (On registrar it shows domains without www).
     
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    registrar has to offer that. check if it offers 301 redirect or not. Mostly they do and you can redirect from non www to with www once.
     
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    Yes it offers that, but what my question was will it redirect not only non-www but the www too ? The option is to redirect non www.

    I don't want to host the 301 website, that's why i'm asking if registrar will count the 301 redirect from their side and include the www link power .
     
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    The redirect at hosting level will redirect both www and non www url formats... The entire domain incl. sub pages and their canonical forms etc are all redirected... East to setup within cpanel via the domains | redirects and you can choose 301 permanent or 302 temporary.... So nothing to worry ;-) Choose 301 if you want the link juice to transfer to the other domain ... noting that is always gets a little weaker with redirects ....
     
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