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How can i replace a ranked page with another page?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by mohsenunlimited, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. mohsenunlimited

    mohsenunlimited Registered Member

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    hello.
    i have a website with good google ranking.
    recently i get top in Serps on page 1 with this address: mydomain/x
    but i changed my page and i want my webpage (in google) , change to mydomain/y
    note that each pages(x and y) are similar (with same title/similar content).

    i bought and build some links for address x.also i redirect(301) my page(x) to page y.
    also i changed all previous and controllable backlinks to new url.
    and all new backlinks have new url.
    but my previous page still in google top position.
    plz guide me.
    thanks.
     
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  2. hieudaigia

    hieudaigia Junior Member

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    Wait a few days, Google will update soon :)
     
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  3. mohsenunlimited

    mohsenunlimited Registered Member

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    how long google will update my url?
    how long i must redirect 301 to new page?after google update,can i remove 301 redirect?
     
  4. Exaalion

    Exaalion Regular Member

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    It can take a few days, or even weeks for the new URL to completely settle.

    You just need to sit back and wait.

    You didn't get to that spot by not being patient, right? :)
     
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  5. netmatrix

    netmatrix Regular Member

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    If you have links pointing to mydomain/x and you want them to be counted towards mydomain/y, then you will need to keep the 301 redirect indefinitely (forever).
     
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  6. SionAndes

    SionAndes Junior Member

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    Also Re-Index those back-links where you already changed the new targeted url. In this way you'll get more effective Result because then Google bot will know that those links-back are now pointing towards new page (y).
     
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