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how to keep link juice on pbns. redirection?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aarongoldsten, May 23, 2015.

  1. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    besides link juice keeper how else can you keep link juice on pbns?

    i don't to leave footprint.

    you can use redirection plugin, and then manually go in and redirect all links it finds to home page of pbn, right?
    can you do smoething with .htaccess?

    I'ma newbee so any methods besides plugins if you could explain how to do it / direct me somewhere where i can learn would be great
     
  2. butterflyinc

    butterflyinc Newbie

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    You can redirect specific pages that have existing backlinks to the homepage via .htaccess.
     
  3. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    how do you do that / where can I learn how to do that?
     
  4. jo080711

    jo080711 Regular Member

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    This has a few examples. I'd test on one of your domains to start, just to make sure it works correctly before doing the others.
     
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  5. jo080711

    jo080711 Regular Member

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    And you can find the pages you'll need to redirect in Majestic or Ahrefs.
     
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    godspeed007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Like said by butterflyinc, add 301 redirect of the particular URLs to your root URL in .htaccess file
     
  7. praetserge

    praetserge Power Member

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    you could use this: ErrorDocument 404 /index.html
     
  8. aussiejack

    aussiejack Regular Member

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    As far as I know link juice keeper works via htaccess as well and thus is no direct footprint. Google does not see that you use link juice keeper. However, it sees that you redirect all 404 to home. That is a bit unusual in itself because most normal sites dont do that. I would not use link juice keeper or any similar plugin on all PBN sites.
     
  9. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    so what would be the solution? do you just not use link juice keeper on some pbns and loose power on those pbns or can you do something else to retain all the power
     
  10. aussiejack

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    you can check with majestic or ahrefs which pages were the most powerful / had the most powerful backlinks. These are usually just a few. You can redirect these pages to home then. Also on some PBNs I dont redirect anything at all.
     
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    This. Redirecting all pages is a bad idea if you have a bunch of PBN sites since it's a footprint. Take a few minutes to find the pages that really matter and redirect only those - and they won't stick out to G.
     
  12. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    cool how do I do this? I am new to all this if you could point me to a youtube video or something that explains exactly how to do this i would appeciate it
     
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    There are guides all over the net on how to redirect all pages using .htaccess from one domain to the same page on a different domain.

    You could redirect the entire domain at the server or sometimes registrar level but that will redirect all pages from one domain to the homepage of another.

    Or you could redirect individual pages.

    If you are doing a PBN and purchasing domains to redirect I would think the easiest would be to redirect at the server/registrar level. Alternatively you could redirect all pages using .htaccess to a single .php page and then check individual pages and redirect accordingly from there. There are many ways of doing what you want ranging from very simple to very complex depending on how specific you want to get with it.