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How powerful can this be or not at all?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kochhansie, May 6, 2013.

  1. kochhansie

    kochhansie Regular Member

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    Good day Guys

    I have been struggling with a kw and can?t get it past the 2nd page, I have thrown everything I've got at it and it doesn't want to budge. I have a guy look over my on-page and done some more high PR links.

    My question is:

    I have a PR2 site that was hit by penguin that I could not recover, should I blast it with diversified links and do a 301 redirect on it?

    I am thinking that this might be very powerful as its for the same niche (product) relevant links and has age and PR attached to it.

    What do you guys suggest?

    Regards


    Kochhansie
     
  2. Stufferizer

    Stufferizer Regular Member

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    If I understand you correctly, you want to redirect another domain at your hit one? Sure, if the price is acceptable!

    Nevertheless you should not expect so much. It's very hard to get a domain out of the trash.
     
  3. kochhansie

    kochhansie Regular Member

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    No, I want to redirect the "hit by penguin" domain at the domain stuck on the 2nd page. But first send some mass diversified links to it to filter the crap and pass on the link juice. Do you think it can work?
     
  4. SmartMan

    SmartMan BANNED BANNED

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    It's hard indeed. But it's definitely possible to recover the site from Penguin penalty.

    OP, concentrate on removing the bad spammy backlinks and build more links that are coming from relevant niche sites. You should forget the word "blast" when working on a site that got hit by penguin. If not, forget that site itself.
     
  5. mickyfu

    mickyfu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you redirect the hit domain, you will near enough certainly get the other domain slapped.
     
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  6. Smart SEO

    Smart SEO Senior Member

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    Yes, all penalties will move over to the new domain with a 301.
     
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  7. xnaveedx

    xnaveedx Newbie

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    Not at all.
    If it were as you say, it would be a perfect way to get rid of ALL YOUR COMPETITORS.
     
  8. Smart SEO

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    Thats why i said 'new' domains.
     
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    xnaveedx Newbie

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    Right, I missed it. Sorry.
     
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  10. rasmusk

    rasmusk Senior Member

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    First of all tell me which "high pr links" you have used? I mean if you used "high pr web 2.0s" then its not high pr. Sent me your page in PM and I tell you what is going on for FREE. And I wont try to sell you some seo service.
     
  11. kochhansie

    kochhansie Regular Member

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    Then I was mislead as the thinking around penguin was redirect the old domain to the new one to pass linkjuice? Some strategies was to do the redirect imm and other was to build some links and add contentent and then 301 the old site?has anyone tried this and got it to work or not?
     
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    rasmusk Senior Member

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    DUDE all the penalties on a domain follows it if you 301. Don't do it! Unless you get it out of penalty first..
     
  13. kochhansie

    kochhansie Regular Member

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    What would happen if you have done a 301 to a new site, if you remove the redirect will that help the site as I have a site that a 301 was done on to a new site?
     
  14. mak3r

    mak3r Senior Member

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    You won't have any positive effect from that move.
     
  15. GAdsense

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    Use magic submitter and do a blast on your site.
     
  16. twilightofidols

    twilightofidols Power Member

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    Do not blast it, or 301. Slowly build a diverse random footprint-free link profile featuring high quality tier 1 content over time and supplement it with a personal blog network.

    I lost a site to Penguin. Page 3 to like 1000 in the rankings. I am now destroying my competitors.
     
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  17. Smart SEO

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    Sometimes creating a new site altogether is less time consuming and cheaper than trying to recover from a penalty. What i would do is remove the site from your hosting (backup all your on site articles and posts) then wait for google to remove the site from their index and then use that content on your new site and start your seo strategy from scratch. Thats what i would do.
     
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  18. kochhansie

    kochhansie Regular Member

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    On the same site that dropped? I have spent alot of $$ trying to bring back a site after penguin, redid the onpage, diversified the anchors and so much more and still cant get it back. Please pm if you dont want to disclose things here!!
     
  19. omnipotent$

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    Penalized sites takes too much time and money to recover. It'll be much better to 301 it n see how long it takes before the penalty passes onto the domain. Or you can start fresh with a brand new domain.