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Best Ways to Move Content From One Website to Another Without Doing 301 Redirect

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Georgian, May 3, 2012.

  1. Georgian

    Georgian Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I am totally devastated since Feb 2012 by Google updates, I believe that its because of spun content I've been using on my tier 1 backlink properties. Some of my websites have 200+ awesome articles with 800+ words, I just can not allow lose them. Also, I do not want to 301 website to a "new" domains, I believe that the penalty will also pass though.

    I only want to move content, what will be the best way?

    I do not want to use Webmaster Tools or 301 in any way, also I do not want to wait months with "noindex" tag...

    Hope my issue is clear,

    Thanks in advance,

    Vaz
     
  2. crashed

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    If you have 200+ original articles then just start a new site, schedule it to publish a new article every 12 hours or so for next 100 days. Then make sure you spread these links socially for each article. You will start ranking and earning again within 2 weeks....
     
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  3. Georgian

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    Good tip crashed...

    I can also split site into 2-3, there are some sub-niches with decent traffic.
     
  4. blackieman

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    You can use canonical. Google now allows canonical to a another domain.
     
  5. Georgian

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    Will this deindex current content "owner" in web results? This is really interesting tip...
     
  6. ComputerEngineer

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    Well move them to new domain and shut down old domain. I don't see any other choice
     
  7. milian

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    Over time yes it should, however i have seem examples where the canonical hasn't dropped the other page from the serps, still resulting in dup content, even after a long period.

    Also if you worried about a 301 carrying across old history then maybe be careful with canonial. Matt Cutts says on a youtube vid that a canonical should carry over all ranking factors too
     
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    Yeah this. Remove all content from old site, add a noindex meta tag in the source (although i know you said you didnt want to wait, in my experience they kick in within a week or so), when its all gone from index, add content to new site.

    Or maybe rather than use noindex on every page, block the entire site in robots.txt? Any one experience which is quicker?
     
  9. blackieman

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    I would *guess* that the other one gets de-indexed, but you don't lose anything.
     
  10. Georgian

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    Thanks guys.