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Looking for a bit of help re: 301 re-direct

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jamesjk1, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. jamesjk1

    jamesjk1 Senior Member

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    First time doing a 301, but am a little unsure exactly how to do it.

    Is this right? Buy domain, host domain, put relevant content on homepage, wait for indexing then re-direct via....(?)

    Thanks everyone :)
     
  2. MafiaBoss

    MafiaBoss Elite Member

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    No its:

    1. Buy a Niche Relevant, old, already have good backlinks domain.
    2. 301 Re-direct it.
    3. Voila
     
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  3. mickyfu

    mickyfu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yes you can do it that way or a straight up 301 from Godaddy or whatever your registrar is. Personally when I am doing churn and burns, I tend to use 5 - 10 hosted and 5 - 10 straight up 301's, depending on the comp of the keyword, sometimes even more.
     
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    qrazy Senior Member

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    You don't need to have content and wait till it indexes rather just buy a domain (with backlinks) from a registrar which allows 301 redirect without needing it to be hosted elsewhere.
     
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    rankwatch12 Regular Member

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    You are going the wrong way. Instead buy a relevant domain with good backlinks and then redirect it.
     
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  6. thezeebase

    thezeebase Junior Member

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    I agree with you my friend, "jamesjk1" keep it as a suggestion ...