How To Scrapebox 301 redirect

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  1. techcrunked

    techcrunked Regular Member

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    So i was reading about doing a 301 redirect on cheap .info domains to your moneysite and blasting them with SB to avoid the sandbox on new domains. So do i have to like buy hosting as well with the domains to set up a 301 redirect or i can do that with just buying domains.

    Some help here guys.
     
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    themidiman Power Member

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    Most domain registrars should let you 301 the domain to your money site.
     
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    jeromespitfire Power Member

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    Does this method actually work, to avoid sandbox? As I understand you will loose some of the link juice through the 301 as well.
     
  4. britcpa

    britcpa Power Member

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    agreed, but then again, isnt that leaving a great big LOOK AT ME footprint for G: no indexed pages, no content, yet there are still 543 bazillion backlinks? hmmmmm.....

    anybody able to chime in with a view based on actual experience? ive certainly heard it said that this is an old method of promoting a website so that to the outside world there are no/few backlinks showing.

    having said that, ive always been under the impression that the 301'd site had content published onto it and was allowed to develop and gain a bit of page rank in its own right before being 301'd.
     
  5. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    Maybe it would be a good idea to have the .info be keyword related to your main site, and have some similar content on the site for about a month before 301.
     
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    You are exactly right. The best practice would be to throw up a page or two of content, get it indexed, blast the domain, then redirect it.
    I don't mess around with redirects at all anymore. If I'm taking the time to build links to a domain, might as well just host it, and place a link on the homepage. This is more valuable to me.

    I have seen domains sandboxed from blasting a 301, so it's not a foolproof plan.
     
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    just use tiny url.com instead of buying a new domain. once the .info needs to be renewed, it will cost 10x as much
     
  8. techcrunked

    techcrunked Regular Member

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    Didn't get that mate. Tinyurl is used to shorten links right? How would it help if i intend to blast a .info domain and 301 it to gain linkjuice.