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Can you SEO a redirect site effectively?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Swedish, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. Swedish

    Swedish Registered Member

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    Hey guys,

    I plan on making a site and blasting it for a client - the site would have nothing on it - just a redirect to his site.

    Are there any problems I may face with this? Will it be as effective as blasting a normal site? Different methods I should use etc.

    Thanks for any help mates.
     
  2. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    I would like to know the answer too :)
     
  3. mataff

    mataff Junior Member

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    Better to create a half decent site with a link + keyword towards the targeted site vs just blasting a redirect.
     
  4. Swedish

    Swedish Registered Member

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    What experiences have you had with just redirecting sites? Anything need to be done differently etc?

    Anyone else?
     
  5. Swedish

    Swedish Registered Member

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    Can anyone else help me out?
     
  6. oinky222

    oinky222 Regular Member

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    i disagree. if you do that you are only getting 1 link from IP addres, if you do a redirect you are getting all the links from all the ip addresses that you built links on. using a 301 redirect does not decrease the "link juice" at all, it gives your clients all the benefits of the links you built but prevents people from being able to reverse engineer them and also keeps you in control of the links if your clients try to screw you over. I think all serious SEO companies use 301 redirects when building links for clients
     
  7. webmast

    webmast Regular Member

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    This is misleading and absolutely wrong.
     
  8. Swedish

    Swedish Registered Member

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    Thanks mate, anyonen else agree with him? I want to do like

    www.abc.com.au/abc

    And rank different subdomains, each sub domain would refer to a different page, would that be a problem? I would've thought the backlinks tot eh sub domains would help the others...