Link Strategy for 301 redirected domain

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Hello,

I'd love to have some expert opinion on building links for a 301 redirected page. Let me explain. I have mymoneysitenew.com which was rebranded and relaunched earlier this year from the mymoneysiteold.com. I have already done the 301 redirects from the old to the new and its working fine.

When creating PBN links and other Black hat link building strategies, is it safe to use my old domain as the destination to get the links pointed to instead of new or can Google see it as same as pointing to the new site itself?

e.g. PBNsite.com --> mymoneysiteold.com/product-1 (this is 301 redirected to mymoneysitenew.com/product-1).

Thanks in advance!
 

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He wants to: Redirect to the old site -->>> Redirect to the new site. In terms of SEO, this should be "safer" but you never know :)
 

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He wants to: Redirect to the old site -->>> Redirect to the new site. In terms of SEO, this should be "safer" but you never know :)
That won't make it any safer though. The only way to reduce the risk is to use web 2.0 buffers.
 

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Yes, I am thinking of it as a strategy to have the best of both worlds (black hat links + safety). In case if things go wrong the domain that's going to get penalized is the old one and has least impact on the new money-making site.

Has anyone had experience doing similar here? Would love to hear your learnings and recommendations.
 

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That won't make it any safer though. The only way to reduce the risk is to use web 2.0 buffers.
Yea, it's still a redirect. "Safer in the way that all the links he is going to redirect, are going to hit the old site. And from the old site it will only be 1 redirection-- >> New site. A bit complicated but summary: Don t really bother with redirects that much if you don t know what you re doing. Gonna lead you to lose.
 

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What sort of web 2.0 buffers would you recommend? Do you have any examples for me as I am quite new to this.
301 redirects pass penalties, just in case you didn't know.

I recommend you focus on building higher quality links so you won't have to worry about penalties.

I have little experience with web 2.0s so can't give any tips on that.
 

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What sort of web 2.0 buffers would you recommend? Do you have any examples for me as I am quite new to this.
Building web 2.0 it's not that hard, though i d recommend you use automatic tools that can already post to a web 2.0 network - High DA, TF, etc.
Nothing can beat manual work!
Using automatic tools will just save you a lot of time. 80% of the BHW are using(or used) automation tools when it comes to backlinks ( Web 2.0)
 

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Building web 2.0 it's not that hard, though i d recommend you use automatic tools that can already post to a web 2.0 network - High DA, TF, etc.
Nothing can beat manual work!
Using automatic tools will just save you a lot of time. 80% of the BHW are using(or used) automation tools when it comes to backlinks ( Web 2.0)

Any recommendations on the tools I can use to build web 2.0 links?
 

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301 redirects pass penalties, just in case you didn't know.

I recommend you focus on building higher quality links so you won't have to worry about penalties.

I have little experience with web 2.0s so can't give any tips on that.

Thanks for the information, I didn't quite know that 301 works that way. When it comes to building higher quality links, can these include PBNs, paid links and guest posts as well? I see tons of members advertising all the above stuff right here, what the right way to pick the "highest quality" links (DA, CF, TF?). Why I ask is I recently purchased a couple of links from 50 DA sites and yes, both had the promised DA. However, when I got the link only found the sites are pretty crap (check the attached). Curious to know what's the right way to get quality links.

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