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Deindexing a page and moving its content to other domain

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by crazyb, Apr 21, 2014.

  1. crazyb

    crazyb Junior Member

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    I would like to move page's content to the other site.
    I know how to deindex this at Google. I just wonder will Google later see this content as unique, on my new site?
    I think using 301 doesn't make sense in this situation since the page isn't yet ranked on Google and I didn't build backlinks, but it's indexed. So I would more like to deindex it and use the content on a new site. Does anyone have experience with this?
     
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  2. html5

    html5 Newbie

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    "Don't" deindex the old URL. Just make a 301 redirect.
    301 is permanent redirect. When the new URL is indexed, automatically the old one will be deindexed.
     
  3. bitproxies

    bitproxies Newbie

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    yup, 301 redirect
     
  4. sammyd

    sammyd Junior Member

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    I have a similar question and not sure of 301 is the way to go. I do not want the content on my existing site but want it on a new site. I don't want the old site to be connected to the new one. I have done something like this before when a site expired I move some of its content to a new site.