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Old domain got hit by google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mattiebr, Mar 7, 2014.

  1. mattiebr

    mattiebr Registered Member

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    Hey guys,

    My website got hit by google and is almost out of google search(my fault). So I bought a new domain and transferred my website to it. But my old domain still gets some visitors and I like to know if it is possible to redirect from my old domain to my new one without passing any backlinks/link juice w/e(don't know exactly if it will do something but I want to be sure that my new domain won't be hit because I spammed my old domain with too much backlinks.)

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. kbklash

    kbklash Senior Member

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    Its really made so many debates in this forum itself.The short answer ,i can give you is ,YES it will pass the link juice.personally I would not redirect the old penalized domain to the new domain at all.
     
  3. PrinceVisi

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    Is your new domain just like the old domain that got hit?
     
  4. Debian

    Debian Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its always a 50/50 risk. But I would do a temporary redirect just long enough until I could actively start advertising the new site directly.
     
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    A temporary redirect does seem like a good option based upon the scenario you described in the OP.
     
  6. mattiebr

    mattiebr Registered Member

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    almost yes.

    Thanks for the answer so far guys:)