I knew the answer to this a couple years ago, but I haven't really kept up with this particular aspect of SEO, and was hoping to get confirmation if anything had changed. I normally use primarily white/light gray hat methods, but I've got a site I need to see some quick movement on, and have a somewhat black-hat method that will work. I get the feeling this will probably eventually cause problems for my site, so I'm thinking about pointing all the black hat links at another domain and 301 redirecting it at my money site. I'll continue my white hat campaign directly to the money site, and will kill the black hat links within a few months. If the black hat links cause any problems before then, I'll simply remove the redirect, put a little content on that domain, and make sure it gets indexed as its own site, rather than a redirect. Am I missing anything here? I'm sure I'll lose a little link juice as compared to pointing the links directly at my money site, but the safety aspect is worth it for me. Or am I way off on how much safety I'd have using a redirect these days?