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Domain Forward or Redirect? Noisy part

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ghoztseo, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. Ghoztseo

    Ghoztseo Power Member

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    Hello guys! i do want to know the major part of how to redirect to another link from a single domain without need any website contents on it?

    Question 1 : What's the different between 301 Redirection via .htaccess and Domain Forward on Domain Control in Namecheap?

    Question 2 : If i forwarded my domain to my money website link therefore i blasted links to the domain not to my money website then any link juices effects to my site to get to rank faster in serps?


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    bump! .......................
     
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    Depending on your hosting company NOT MUCH.

    In the backend usually (when it comes to forwarding) it will setup a 301 or 302 it's just dressed up nicely in a GUI making it easier for newer admins to redirect without having to learn about the HTAccess file. They usually allow this for the masking of descriptions and keywords (Depending on the hosting) for ease of use.

    The blast you are referring to will pass through the negative/positive JUICE at a fairly high percentage. Depending on what your main goal is I would suggest reading through some of the journals here and reviewing what happens to the sites that do 301 Blast's. (Personally I have done this but only for videos on youtube) For sites I care about I would not blast them at all. But tier 2-3 I would blast no problem.
     
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    It comes down to what your hosting company is calling a 301 or a 302... Just contact their support and ask if their 'forward' is in fact a 301 or a 302.
     
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