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quaetion: LinkJuice from 1 website not visible to visitors to a new site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RuthSam, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. RuthSam

    RuthSam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi,

    I was wondering if I have site A which is blocked for surfers / visitors (I think I saw a thread here on BHW how to do that) that links to site B just for the purpose to transfer the link juice, would that work?

    Site A should be blocked or at least just 1 page on it says site is closed or something. But the surfer / visitor should not be redirected to site B.

    hope someone can help.
     
  2. RuthSam

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    Anyone knows... I have tried Google can't find the thread here on BHW that I think describe some scenario.
     
  3. dandan594594

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  4. RuthSam

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    Thank you, the HTML file seems to be what I was looking for.. will have a look at WPCloaker ... sorry for this question, when you set it to only "useragent" it means real USERS are NOT redirected or are they redirected.... I want them not to be redirected to the site only the search engines so that the LinkPower from this domain can be transfered to the new domain.
     
  5. mackay22

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    When you use the useragent setting it usually means you decide who gets redirected and who does not by putting in the useragents.

    For example

    useragent/string/google_employee would get redirected whereas
    useragent/string/firefox/some_normal_surfer would not get redirected.

    You would need to find a list of useragents you want to redirect (employees of google/FB/etc) and add them to your rules.


    On a side note, wouldnt it be great if people who start a conversation actually come back to finish it? lol ;)