Confused over redirects

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Zozja, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. Zozja

    Zozja Registered Member

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    Hey blackhatters,

    I'm confused about redirects. Let's say I wanted to redirect someone from an article site to an affiliate product. Certain article directories don't allow this. This is just an example.

    My question is, how do I get the site that's supposed to redirect them setup. Do I need a different domain for different markets. Or can I take care of all my redirecting needs from 1 domain with subpages for each redirect.

    Would people be able to tell the redirect site is generic and not related to their niche, or is there a way to do it so everything looks good from the customers point of view.

    So let's say I wanted to redirect people from several different markets to specific websites within those markets. Would I need a separate domain for each redirect for each or could I do them all from one?

    Sorry if this is confusing. I'm confused myself.

    Your help is much appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Zozja
     
  2. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    If you are just starting out and/or you don't have much money to invest invest in domains, you can start out by just using 1 domain and adding a re-direct to your aff products with by using sub-domains or directories within your domain.

    I.e youreviewsite.yourdomain.com or yourdomain.com/yourreviewsite.

    With that said, it is not the best way to to it. I recommend you use a targeted domain for each niche.

    If you are on a budget, you can always get .infos, or you can just free sites like Blogger to use as your domain.
     
  3. Sharkattack

    Sharkattack Registered Member

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