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Redirect or Static Sites?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ernesthemingway, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. ernesthemingway

    ernesthemingway Regular Member

    Oct 5, 2008
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    Comp Engineer
    Planet Mars
    Hey guys

    I have this niche I been trying to dominate and I have bought almost all the domains with main keywords.. They are actual keywords people search for, now my question is --

    Should I redirect all of them to my main SITE?


    Should I build static HTML pages on them with relevant content and then just link back to main site with banners and links and try to get those pages ranked?

    What is the best way to go about this?

    Thank you
  2. Tater

    Tater Newbie

    Nov 13, 2009
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    no great expert here so at least a bump for a community member who deserves a response.

    But, Reading your autoblog thread (the whole thing), other black hats, and starting to wrap my mind around "the hive" and how to monetize from it, I would think the latter.

    The former if you were investing solely your time/passion in the niche (might I say legit). Which would be the big boom if you want to be that blogger/twitter guy or any other huge successes. But a greater gamble as well... Follow your skills and your heart!

    Good luck and bumpty bump.
  3. showboytridin

    showboytridin Regular Member

    Sep 5, 2009
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    Be careful, if the domains are all in your name (whois) or same ip, Google can flag your domains (because you have the main keywords for all of them) considering them spam.
  4. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

    Mar 29, 2009
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    I would suggest a 404 redirect. Meaning that you have moved your site. I have done this with some succes. Not much but it helped me alot in gaining traffic.

    What you want to do =

    1. Get some good content for your domains (start out with html site here)
    2. Get all these domains well indexed and make some quick backlinks
    3. Remove your html page and replace it with a 404 redirect page.

    Why 404 redirect? It says to Google that I have moved the site meaning it will pass on the linkjuice created. If you just do a plain redirect than it won't pass on linkjuice to your main site.

    You can do a redirect after an "x" amount of seconds. Meaning: Create a little html site with some content. Read it yourself and if it took around 1 minute to read the whole article. You want to redirect the page after 30 seconds. You get the point why.
    This option is optional ofcourse ;)