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Made a mistake on first site...want to change a few things...is this possible? ....

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by uncguy4321, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. uncguy4321

    uncguy4321 Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    On my very first site, i made it based on a bad keyword...i got a EMD and everything for it, and later found out that it was a shitty keyword due to the famous noob broad-exact different, and local-global difference.

    Id like to keep my articles, but transfer to a diff domain name and different design.

    Is all I have to do to retain my SERP (meager) and all my backlinks that i've develped is to just 301 redirect to the new domain? Is that really it? Or is this even doable? The key is I'd love to keep my backlink juice and SERP juice for the new domain.

    Thanks guys.
     
  2. uncguy4321

    uncguy4321 Regular Member

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    Any ideas on this one, gents? Thanks for any tips. Is a simple 301 enough to keep link juice?
     
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    supahsmooth Junior Member

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    Yes. damn filters
     
  4. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I think google webmaster tools has a "moving domain" tool don't they ?

    If not 301 is fine, make sure you do every page, or do some regex:)
     
  5. trubnut

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    A global 301 redirect should work just fine.