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302 response at crawl time in wayback machine..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kokander101, Feb 22, 2016.

  1. Kokander101

    Kokander101 Junior Member

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    Got an HTTP 302 response at crawl time
    Redirecting to...
    http.......

    It was like that for a year or more... does it still have any link juice?

    And what about 301 for a year...

    Thanks.
     
  2. TheSEOWizard

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    Are you referring to expired domains. If it was an expired domain and if it was redirected to some other domain in the past, then there are some chances that the domain would not be indexed now even after you add content and make it live. It has link juice but the problem is that it might not even get indexed at all.

    If it was redirected to say a parking page, it is not much of an issue. The problems normally arise only if the domain was redirected to another domain for a long period of time in the past. Again it is 50:50 chance. Sometimes, it gets indexed and then you should get benefit of the link juice.
     
  3. Kokander101

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    Yeah. I referring for expired domains...
    Some one told me that if it was 301 redirected for a long period it loses all it's link juice...

    So you say I should grab it if it will index?
     
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    I personally do not like to grab any expired domain with history of redirection unless it was to a parking page within that domain such as www1.domain.com etc.

    I manage to get all my expired domains indexed but the only ones which create problems are the ones with past redirection. So, I would not do that. But it is your wish. I was mentioning that if it gets indexed it will probably get the link juice too from the backlinks.
     
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    Thanks a lot man!

    I'll go grab this one... hope it will get indexed some day :)