Domain Aliases when replacing content

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  1. adamcm

    adamcm Registered Member

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    Hi all,

    I've posted a few times over the past week about the thin content penalties I have received. I am in the process of moving all of my content to new domains and my hosting provider suggested I try using a domain alias. I have never done this before and am curious if Google can detect this? In other words if they applied a manual action to Site A and Site B is an alias to Site A will the penalty transfer over? Site A is completely de-indexed in Google and all of the URLs have been switched over.

    Anyway just curious if anyone has any feedback.

    Thanks!
     
  2. bignose

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    Why using alias? Just change the domain to the new one in 1. WP settings; 2. all links in database (assumed you use WP).

    But anyway, the penalty can't follow. Unless they find the new site and review it.