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how to pass link juice without 301 redirect?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Lauriat, Nov 18, 2014.

  1. Lauriat

    Lauriat Power Member

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    I have a page with a lot of link juice i want to pass it over to my domain, however i don't have access to the server. What are my options here? If any.

    Does meta tag or javascript pass link juice?
     
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    Hey OP, you can set this up via a 301 script in your htaccess file.

    Here is a great
    301 redirect article that shows you step by step how to do to it!

    Cheers,
    SDSEOGURU
     
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    I'm not 100% sure I understand the question. Do you have access to the Domain registrar? If so, you can set up the redirect with the registrar.

    "Does meta tag or javascript pass link juice?"

    You can setup the 301 redirect with a meta tag <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=Your URL Here"> but I'm not sure how you would add it without access to the server.
     
  5. Lauriat

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    Alright guys thanks for answers and to be clear i have a weebly page i want to redirect. So i don't have access to htaccess file and domain registrar account.

    I can only edit html page code. So my question is still open does Meta refresh or Javascript pass link juice?
     
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    To answer your question yes meta refresh pass link juice. But you loose most of its power while doing meta refresh.For me the best bet would be a contextual link.Write an article and make a link to your site.
     
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    301 redirect is meant to tell search engines that the URL has permanently moved to a new address. The 301 redirect passes around 90-99% of your link juice (unlike the 302 temporary redirect that passes 0%). A meta refresh passes some link juice, although you will still lose a significant portion of it.