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buy domains with PR and do permanent redirect

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ehabh, Apr 1, 2011.

  1. ehabh

    ehabh Registered Member

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    A permanent redirect moves all the pr from one page to another page. I already tried it on one page in my site by buying an old domain from auctions and redirecting it to a sub page with 0 pr and the pr changed to 3 which was the pr of the other site. The sites on auctions are expensive, but that is not the issue.
    The issue is how many times can i do this on the same target domain before google catches up to my games, and will redirecting multiple domains to the same url add up the pr power of the redirects or will it just take the highest pr?
     
  2. goggly

    goggly Registered Member

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    i was thinking of doing this also
     
  3. talruum

    talruum Junior Member

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    The PR and juicy only last for 2 weeks and then Google drop your results. Check by yourself.

    I did an experiment and bought like 30 expired domains last month. 90% lost PR, and the ones that still have PR I'll for sure use them for another project.
     
  4. ehabh

    ehabh Registered Member

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    i do not think that drop is from redirect. I got also some sites that where not redirected that dropped from pr 3 and 5 to zero in the past two months.
     
  5. weblucky

    weblucky Registered Member

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    When you buy domains, you should check what you buy (backlinks etc.).

    In my case PR stays in 90% cases. What you need to know is that after you have bought your domain, PR will drop in a week or so, but then it gets back at the next dance (within one month or so). But again, this happens if PR was real and domain had backlinks.

    Hope this helps.