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How SEO works with 301 redirects...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lykathe, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. lykathe

    lykathe Regular Member

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    If I have massive backlinks to my WP blog, and I 301 redirect to my clickbank link, would this be a good idea(for my backlinks)? Or is there a better way to mirror a CB landing page?
    Thanks.
     
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    lykathe Regular Member

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    Gotta bump this...
    If my seo is still effective, is it for my specific hoplink page?
    and is my SEO effective, or do the backlinks power the onsite seo of his landing page specificially?
    anyone?
     
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    pixelgrinder Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You should never (in my opinion) build backlinks to anything you don't own. Build a landing page and register a domain and build your links to that - not your clickbank link. This obviously goes for 301 redirects as well.

    I have no idea what you mean in your second post about your SEO being effective?
     
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    Sorry if my wording is a bit off in the OP, but I'm effectively asking in the entire post - if there's a way I can have MY domain, make it a redirect(of any sort, really, 301, 303, as long as it serves its purpose.) to my affiliate page, and keep my SERP rankings, with the redirect, longterm.

    I'm really trying to figure out the answer to this question, and it seems there isn't one, on google or BHW. If I do a 301 redirect I'm afraid my BLs will apply to their domain, not mine.
     
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    you could try a timed, encrypted javascript redirect

    I know google can decrypt javascript obfuscations, if you insert time into the equation... maybe you can get where you want

    This would let you keep your links to your original page, and not forward them
     
  6. Raphael

    Raphael Registered Member

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    No in my opinion - this does not work or only works for several days. After that time, Google see's that your domain is not active / has no content any more and it is gone - with Caffeine now in Place it might be even quicker then this. I have seen this a couple of times on other folks who tried similar stuff.

    My experience.