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Pagerank different on www and non www

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mark9510, Apr 3, 2009.

  1. mark9510

    mark9510 Regular Member

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    I need help because majority of the links I get to my site are to www.techdare.com but there are no pages on that site so Its PR is 2 meanwhile I have techdare.com which has less links to it and has all of my posts but has a PR of 1. How can I set up a redirect to get everything on techdare.com to go to www.techdare.com/*
     
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    research redirect via htaccess

    Code:
    http://www.webweaver.nu/html-tips/web-redirection.shtml
     
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    mark9510 Regular Member

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    Will the 301 redirect also carry over my PR
     
  4. trax

    trax Newbie

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    go for 301 and NOT 302 or you will be screwing yourself
     
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    I am not sure but I have read somewhere that backlinks can be transferred with a 301 redirect. It is something I would like to tested but I don't think it works.
     
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    A 301 redirect would fix the problem. Just like @trax said, you need make sure it is proper 301 and not 302.

    301 redirects will pass on all link value/juice. Depending on whether your hosting is Apache or IIS, the way to setup a 301 redirect is different. Just do a quick search on Google to find some tutorials....