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best way to use 300k links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by frenchsquared, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. frenchsquared

    frenchsquared Registered Member

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    I have a site with an irrelevant domain name (domain A) that has 300k inbound links. These are real links built over a few years. I build wordpress theme and these links are from people using my themes download from wordpress.org

    I have another domain name (domain B) that has wordpress in the url. Wordpress.org will not support my themes if they point to a domain with wordpress in it. I want to keep releasing free themes, but I need the links to help build up the pr and ranking of the new site.

    I cant change where the links point, and these links will keep growing.

    Is there a way to make the domain A help build the pr and rank of Domain B?
     
  2. momopo

    momopo Junior Member

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    You could make all outbound links on the front page of Site A nofollow and then put one do follow link at the top of Site A to Site B that way the majority of the linkjuice gets funneled to your new domain.
     
  3. givemelove

    givemelove Junior Member

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    i think u should try google webmaster tools... i saw an option for domain change, in that they ask to upload 1 file to each domain for ownership verification and then it should go thorugh.

    i never did it actually. just a thought.

    CHANGE OF ADDRESS ::

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             If you're planning to move your site to a new domain, use the Change  of Address tool to tell Google about your new URL. This will help us  update our index faster and smooth the transition for your users.
     For best results, follow these steps:
     
    [LIST=1]
    [*][B]Set up the new site[/B] Review our guidelines for moving your site to a  new domain. Set up your content on your new domain, then make sure  all internal links point to the new domain.
    [*][B]Redirect all traffic from the old site[/B] Use a 301 redirect to permanently redirect the  pages on your old site to your new site. This tells users and search  engines that your site has permanently moved. Ask webmasters to update  their links to point to your new domain and make sure incoming links to  your old site are redirected correctly using the 301 redirects.
    [*][B]Add your new site to Webmaster Tools[/B] Make sure you have added and verified your new domain.
    [*][B]Tell us the URL of your new domain[/B]
    [/LIST]
    
     
  4. frenchsquared

    frenchsquared Registered Member

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    I dont want to take the old site down becuase wordpress needs to see the theme urls before they will approve the theme. I am thinking about releasing a theme a week to wordpress in the hopes of getting a few hundred themes that all link to site a. I just dont know what good that would do for site b.

    Im thinking about changing the domain name of site b, but not sure what is the best way to go. I really want the key word "Wordpress" in the domain name. Since that is the primary search term.

    My goal is to out rank themeforest some day.
     
  5. mandom

    mandom Regular Member

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    can you change the link to sitea.com/b.html and then 301 redirect b.html to your site B? Get the template approved by wordpress and let it run for a bit then do the redirect later. Unless they go back and do random checks you should be fine...
     
  6. frenchsquared

    frenchsquared Registered Member

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    sweet. I was hoping you would have some idea like that. No, they don't do any checking after it is approved. Isn't there a time limit on the 301 redirect?
     
  7. mandom

    mandom Regular Member

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    Nope. So yeah, if they don't check any more then just make each template link to a different page and get it approved and redirect it later.
     
  8. ally3009

    ally3009 Newbie

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    agree with mandom there, change your initial site to domaina.com/newpage.html so wordpress can approve it and 301 re-direct the main index page
     
  9. mandom

    mandom Regular Member

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    btw, one benefit of having each template link to a different page is that you can then spread the redirects around to your other site. You can send it to any page you want, not just the home page. It could help if there are specific keywords you want to rank a particular page for. :)
     
  10. frenchsquared

    frenchsquared Registered Member

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    Thank guys, already started changing everything around.
     
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    naturallydrawn Newbie

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    you well come don't mention it
    thanks
     
  12. stbhat

    stbhat Newbie

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    maybe you can use 3 way links , you put someone's url in your A site , then they link to your B site .
     
  13. youngguy

    youngguy Senior Member

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    Best way? Sign up these premium themes affiliate program and put their banners into your 300k links domain. ;)