Effect of 301 Post Panda.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by herondon, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. herondon

    herondon Junior Member

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    Hello there, good people, I need your help please. I have a subpage ranking ranking for a lot of my niche keywords. ( The homepage which was also ranking mighty was removed after panda. weird I know!) the subpage. mydomain.com/lucky.html is optimised and keyword stuffed. Its not converting, I want to 301 it to a well designed pretty page on another domain, where I can convert it into a sale. I am in the services industry/niche. Guys please will the new site be showing in place of the above page or will I just disappear. I would like to keep my rankings.

    Hope you guys will help

    Herondon.
     
  2. seoguy81

    seoguy81 Senior Member

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    To the best of my knowledge 301 redirect works but only for the short term. I think there is a big thread here discussing the 301 redirect and how it was beneficial initially but sooner than later the penalty was passed onto the redirected page as well.
     
  3. BRAIN_PAIN

    BRAIN_PAIN Junior Member

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    If your subpage is still ranking good for its keywords, then it doesn't have a penalty and 301 redirecting it to the new page should work. It can take a few days for google to pick up the redirect and send the linkjuice to the new page. But I think it should work :)

    The url that disappeared must be Penguin penalized, because Panda is a penalty for the whole site and Penguin is URL specific penalty.