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Question about 301 redirect

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jason2009, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. jason2009

    jason2009 Senior Member

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    I see some of my competitor follow my backlinks.Like if i make a backlink today,they will make it when it is index by yahoo or Google.So,i am very upset.I think to make backlink by 301 redirect.

    Now the question is --> if i make a subdomain like sub.xxxx.com & building backlink for that And after that redirect it to xxxx.com ,Can i get full advantage of those backlink as like as doing backlink of main xxxx.com ?

    i know by 301 redirect make booster but can it work 100% or 40%~80% ? What you are thinking about that.Thanks in advance.
     
  2. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    According to one of Seomoz's guy, 301 redirect will pass from 90 to 99% link juice so you don't have to worry much about implementing this method.
     
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    jason2009 Senior Member

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    Thanks for your comment
     
  4. webaddict

    webaddict Newbie

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    Since sometime last year it has been well discussed that a 301 redirect will not pass 100% or 99% or anything close to that of value.

    I believe there are some exceptions however. I think that 301 redirects pass different values when they are 301ing from a root domain to the same root domain. However from another root to another root drops more value.

    There was an algo update made by Google to counteract the extreme value SEOs were getting by buying old domains and just 301ing them to crap sites obtaining all the link value from these. To fix this new rules were instated.

    I think you can expect to get 50 - 60%.
     
  5. FireTheWild

    FireTheWild Power Member

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    I had the same question.
    60% is not very high ...