Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by viberama, Jun 5, 2014.
Can you do this? Does it work?
i guess it shud work.. never tried it though..
yes technically, it's supposed to work
It does work. If you have A > B > C then if A is spammed domain the it probably would be smart to redirect it to B for a short while (2 weeks) and then remove the redirect and only then redirect to C. C is money site. This is a technique that a member of BHW noticed in a highly competitive niche. I didn't tried but according to this observation it should work.
Nice to know. Thanks
Yes it should work, linkjuice would be passed on. But the best way would be to use a single layer of 301.
according to my experience sometimes it works and sometime not.
better try your luck
Dude !! why would you just do those kind redirects ? well that do work but depends on why you want to do that anyway
@mindlesswizard why not? Sometimes your domain gets penalised but you still need the link juice and you still have that year going on and dont want to waste it . So what do you do? Get creative.
Im going to try this!
The more 301, the more link juice will lost. Keep that in mind. and google does follow up to 3-4 redirects I guess.
Yeah its works, I have tried this...
Why would wait two weeks? If it's a spammed, bad site, wouldn't pointing it at your money site ALWAYS be an issue?
Separate names with a comma.