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Redirect 301 I'm going crazy!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by emilix123, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    guys sorry but I'm going crazy ... I want to do a 301 redirect to my new site to another site to acquire its PR at the next pr google update.

    If I do a 301 redirect on my site after some time the site is de-indexed...redirect 301= permanently moved

    look the pr update, and once done i remove the redirect and make indexed my site to google, Once indexed my pr is N\A = not ranked...

    someone tells me how I can use this technique without being de indexed and acquire the PR?

    :rolleyes:THANKS
     
  2. pride1760

    pride1760 Registered Member

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    so you can scam someone?

    there is no other purpose to acquire fake PR :zx11pisse
     
  3. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    I don't intend to defraud anyone...I'm going to create a small network 30/50 blogs with high pr FOR ME because I want to see if I can improve with this method my position in the serp....

    thanks
     
  4. Walker2k11

    Walker2k11 Junior Member Premium Member

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    What you trying to accomplish is pretty pointless because your not going to be able to setup a network with any real value, your just totally wasting your own time. Google can see through fake PR, it's there own ranking system in the end.

    My advice... just build quality links to your domains for the next PR update or buy domains with genuine PR
     
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  5. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This

    You'll a fool if you think Fake PR is going to help you do anything.
     
  6. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    ok if everything that you say is true why the site 101waystomakemoney[dot]com 1st for key "make money online" based on 90% of his High PR backlinks from sites that have gained PR with the redirect 301????

    Some Examples:
    afroamericanartists[dot]com
    knocko[dot]com
    lafmproject[dot]com
    micueva[dot]net

    it seems normal that sites that have max 10 or 100 backlink have PR5/6???
     
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    albaniax Elite Member

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    10 or 100?
    This site probably over 7.000 different backlinks pointing to it.
     
  8. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    yes but of 7,000 backlink that has only 100/150 have PR greater than 2!

    Watch here:

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    apart afroamericanartists[dot]com others have ridiculous backlink for a PR6...

    These are just 4 examples.All backlinks with pr greater than 2 of the site (101waystomakemoney[dot]com) are equal to these sites with very few backlinks....all high PR with 301 redirect

    Now If this is true it means that Pr acquired with redirect is worth anything until next PR update.....

    During this period the owner of the network builds backlink for not dropping the sites from PR6 to PR0 but remain the highest possible PR. ..
     
  9. Narrator

    Narrator Power Member

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    A fake PR will always be temporary.
     
  10. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    yes but until the new update you have time to build backlinks for not lose all PR!

    Now that I've demonstrated why I do the 301 redirect does anyone know answer to the initial question thread??

    Thanks
     
  11. LBrown

    LBrown Senior Member

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    Google updates PR in real time continually. They update it publicly once every month or two. When you remove the redirect, the PR of the domain you redirected to is gone, even though you see PR in the tool bar. The PR of the original domain is then restored, even though it shows up as N/A. N/A does not mean "not ranked," it means that the data is not available. So, your old site has its PR restored and your new site is still a PR 0 even though that is not what you are seeing when you look up their PR.

    There is no answer to your question. You are trying to make the PR of one domain spread across multiple domains. It is not possible.
     
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  12. albaniax

    albaniax Elite Member

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    It is even way more then the 7.000 C-Class Links I mentioned, and I'm not sure what your graph represents.

    The site is getting alway every month new links, and besides some paid blog post's there are also a couple of other good domain links, from real site's with a real backlink profile.

    He has bigger balls, it's simple as that!