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How to move content from one domain to another?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by FilipMKD, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. FilipMKD

    FilipMKD Regular Member

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    Hi!

    Before writing a silly post about this so that I could export and import read this.

    I have one domain, which is not penalized or deindexed but I don't like it.

    I want to move all the content from that domain to another one, a totally new.

    And I want the content to be scheduled for the upcoming days...

    I have around 300 articles on that domain. Also, I have some traces that some websites have copied my content.

    So the basic, export-import then deindex the first domain won't work because of the content thieves. Their copy of my content will get unique once I deindex my domain. And I want to schedule the content for in the future.

    So it's basically a pretty dumb situation and I thought to have some answers on this by you guys.

    What you think? What are my options?

    Thanks...
     
  2. metafser

    metafser Regular Member

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    Have you any skill about 301 redirect? If you don't have, you need to learn first mate. Cause Its a way to out from that trouble. :)
     
  3. vortez

    vortez Junior Member

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    Didn't knew 301 redirects content..??
     
  4. S2Term

    S2Term Junior Member

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    If it's WP .. use Xcloner to grab your content and sql databases.

    Throw it up on a different domain and disavow the links.
     
  5. FilipMKD

    FilipMKD Regular Member

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    I'll try.

    I'll try.

    I'll first try with the 301 redirect method... Haven't knew that it redirects content...
     
  6. FilipMKD

    FilipMKD Regular Member

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    Yo guys...

    I forgot to tell something, in the old domain I have a bit of over optimized on some posts... If I 301 them, the anchor will redirect too.

    So that may be a problem...

    I have something in my mind on how to fix this, but I'm not sure if its going to work...

    I'll change the posts permalinks in the old domain, so I'll get totally new urls with no links pointing at them.

    Then move the content and 301 redirect the urls to tell google that I transferred the content.

    Sounds good and there are no hidden secretes that this may not work right ?
     
  7. Sythix

    Sythix Senior Member

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    A 301 redirect would work, unless OP you're trying to move your files from one hosting to another? There's many resources on the web about 301 redirects, and if you use any of the popular domain/hosting registars you can just type in "myhost.com 301 redirect" and there will be dozens of threads and guides on how to do it.. if you're trying to switch files from one host to another then you need to download/backup your files and reupload them to the new server. Also not very hard.. just a simple google search.
     
  8. FilipMKD

    FilipMKD Regular Member

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    No...

    I'm not trying to move files from one hosting to another.

    I'm trying to move files from one domain to another.

    But it's more complicated than you think, and please read my thread again... :)
     
  9. pepeneo

    pepeneo Registered Member

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    Why not create new domain, and just iframe the old website entirely, this way u dont have to move nothin and people will think they r are on the new domain