Don't use any javascript redirect if you wanna yahoo traffic

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by undeterminederror, Jul 14, 2008.

  1. undeterminederror

    undeterminederror BANNED BANNED

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    They deindexed me just after 2 weeks i inserted some javascript redirection. Google was more tolerant, but the traffic gone terribly low. After i removed the java redirect i started gain traffic in google but still deindexed in yahoo. Just a personal experience. If you intend use redir(especially for images), don't do that.
     
  2. SmallStorm

    SmallStorm Junior Member

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    Yes. I've experienced the same. Seems Yahoo doesn't want to index and keep any of my pages with js redirects. I should point out though that I have many pages already in their index for over a year that uses js redirects. Still indexed and driving traffic, so this might be something that plagues new pages/sites. I'd be glad to hear other's experience regarding js redirects and yahoo, if nothing else but to confirm what I'm seeing.

    Chris
     
  3. red2004

    red2004 Junior Member

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    yeah I also experienced this ... I just remove my js then traffic comes back slowly.. atleast it comes back