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Copy/Paste website content to new domain then deleting original site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sandiegodude, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. sandiegodude

    sandiegodude Registered Member

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    Quick Theoretical question:

    Site A has a PR rank of 6 and a SERP rank of 1 and an age of 6.
    Site B is brand fu~king new.
    both site A and site B has same keywords in the domain.
    ALL ELSE EQUAL (i.e. SAME IDENTICAL BLs, articles pushing etc.)

    If I were cancel the domain on site A and host the pages on site B with an age of zero, how long do you think it would take to get site B to rank in PR and SERPs?

    I am not going to do this so I don;t care if it's a good or bad idea, I just wanted to get your input on goog's weight of site age alone in regards to issuing PR and SERP results all content and offsite SEO being equal.
     
  2. greentitanium

    greentitanium Senior Member

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    isnt there a way to do that in G's webmaster tools. basically go in there and forward everything to the new site? i still think a new site isnt going to hold up, going to take a year, but you never know
     
  3. sandiegodude

    sandiegodude Registered Member

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    Probable able to do it in wbmstrtools but if not, you think it would take a full year to rank as high? or 6 years to match the age rank of the original sitE?