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does 301 redirect work like this?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eral123, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. eral123

    eral123 Regular Member

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    Okay we all know that expired domains rank faster then the news ones but theres something bad there .. the domain name ..

    Lets say my expired domain is "www.blabla.com" and I want to rank for " Buy findget spinners" but with that domain name I won't get any clicks so that won't help me .

    But what if I buy a new domain " www.buyfidgetspinners.com" and do a 301 redirect like this " blabla.com > fidgetspinner.com "

    Will now my new domain " fidgetspinner.com" be counted as authority and expired domain and rank the same way "blabla.com" would rank?


    P.S I don't own any of those domains and I don't want to rank on that keywors just used them as an example
     
  2. eral123

    eral123 Regular Member

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    ANYONE?
     
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    aidenhera Elite Member

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    i am testing this now but i dont expect to get the same bonus. 301 might transfer anything previous domain obtained from links. But age?
     
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    lion1978 Junior Member

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    it will be counted as an authority link, but only if the expired domain is still indexed by google when you buy it and redirect it, if it becomes deindexed all backlink juice and authority is diregarded by google and it will be treated as if it was just another new domain
     
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    indusrabbit Registered Member

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    Curious to know 301 Redirects :) leaving message to back if helpful information received. Form morning today looking what is 301 redirect everyone is talking about.. Guys if there is a great link for explanation please pm me link or post that thread link... will be very helpful.
     
  7. lion1978

    lion1978 Junior Member

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    301 redirect tells the search engine spiders that the site/page has been permenantly moved to a new location
     
  8. indusrabbit

    indusrabbit Registered Member

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    Sorry my friend typo on HTTP code I wanted to know about 303 redirect and typed 301 :(. I know about 301 but most of the time I have read about 303 redirect in SEO discussion. .... can you shade some light on 303... anyway don't wana hack the thread OP asked.. my question will be out of context. then ;)
     
  9. MyGirlfriendIsaPBN

    MyGirlfriendIsaPBN Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It can work if its still indexed. It also helps as well if the niche is relevant.
     
  10. lion1978

    lion1978 Junior Member

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    The thing about 303 is that it is supposued to work like a 301 or 302 redirect but for some reason search engines doesn't understand it and all the spider sees is a blank page/ the old content, where users are propperly redirected to the correct page.
     
  11. interkul

    interkul Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    @eral123 I don't think that this kind of 301 will help to Your new domain, at least if it doesn't rank on keywords that You need.
     
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