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301 to new domain after G update?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blasterweb, May 28, 2017.

  1. blasterweb

    blasterweb Regular Member

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    I have a site (top 10 amazon aff.) that was hit by the Fred update - will 301'ing to a new domain do anything in terms of recovering the lost traffic?
    What if I moved all content to a new domain (without 301), remove all aff. links except maybe 1, do you guys think that will help? And build that site with more careful link building.
     
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    jacker818 Power Member

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    How was the content on your product and category pages? Were they thin?
     
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    301 redirects everything. Shit links, anchors, you name it. I honestly doubt that redirecting it will help you, but I might be wrong, though most likely I am not.
     
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    They were not thin. Writers are well paid and they do proper research. Perhaps I need to add a blog and add non-monetized articles to it.

    Alright seems like I need to test on a new domain, without 301.
     
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    Hmm how about PBN links? Did you purchase any or did you have your own network?