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Redirect all outgoing links on domain #1 to domain #2

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  1. Eagle Eye

    Eagle Eye Senior Member

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    I want to make all the OUTBOUND links on my WP blog (domain#1) redirect so that when a user clicks an OUTBOUND link they land on domain #2 (another WP blog). First of all is this even possible second does anyone want to help me with this? If so what is your price?
     
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    any ideas or suggestions?
     
  3. dvL-den

    dvL-den Newbie

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    I have no idea if you understood...

    But, do you mean... All links that you posted already for example "yourblog.xxx/mylink1" and on that page you have some links.
    Click on link redirect to your another blog? That makes no point :D

    But if you thought to redirect every single thing that is linked on your website/wordpress ... try editing sql simply...

    I bet I did not understood clearly, but must be possible.
     
  4. Eagle Eye

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    yes I have 100's of outbound links on my wordpress blog already. I simply want to make it so that when a user clicks on any outbound link on this blog they are sent to wordpress blog #2.

    so every outbound links on blog #1 is pointed at blog #2

    I just do not want to edit them all manually

    I hope that makes sense
     
  5. audioguy

    audioguy Power Member

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    When you create redirects in .htaccess or your other web server configuration files (depends on what you use), visitors shouldn't even land on blog #1. They will be redirected to blog #2 immediately.

    Try searching Google for permanent redirect. That's the most efficient way to do this, not at the blog level.
     
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    yes I know how to do it this way but that is not what I want to do. You see I am driving traffic to domain #1 with a certain source but I need the traffic to go to domain #1 first. Then when they click on a link they will be redirected to domain #2. I was told it would be simple to do this with J query but dont know where to start
     
  7. Eagle Eye

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    someone must have a good way to do this.......
     
  8. audioguy

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    Use search regex plugin. Replace all occurences of domain1.com in the body to domain2.com. Permanent fix.
     
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  9. clickguy

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    Try these Wordpress plugins, search for them on wordpress plugin page:

    1. Exit Strategy
    2. Redirection
     
  10. bzy39

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    it can be done via javascript...
    is the domain #2 act as redirect site to the outbound link?
     
  11. darkhat99

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    Yoo bro .. I far as i know .. What you wanted to do is not possible :-/