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Can you have a redirect page indexed?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by haverox, Nov 7, 2009.

  1. haverox

    haverox Regular Member

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    Ok so I have this great big out of the box creative idea on how to seriously do some real big things however it all hinges on one simple question. Is it possible to have a webpage that has literally nothing on it except for a meta tag redirect to another page indexed by the big g.I would think so because if a SE has a bot go over it all they will see is the redirect and then the actual site which has great SEO. If so I've got the master plan but if not I still might be able to make this work. PM me if your following and if this works out I will share more details as to what I mean and what I plan to do.
     
  2. kryseo

    kryseo Regular Member

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    Having a page with nothing on to get indexed? Definitely yes.

    You will be able to do that with php header redirects and frameset redirects.

    I have got those indexed by Big.G currently.
     
  3. pavan

    pavan Elite Member

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    use javascript redirect
    google cant detect java script
    it will be indexed as blank page
    but dnt forget to use meta tags for title, desc and keywords

    cheers