Redirected url index in google?

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  1. lmarton

    lmarton Regular Member

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    Can I index somehow a redirected url in google search?
    I use namecheap domain redirect.
    Domain -> aff link
    Landing page is not an option...I can't find/create hq lp to this niche...
    Traffic comes from watermarks and 10-20% enter my domain in the google search box and not in the adress bar...This is the problem...I lose traffic..
    The first result in google is the same domain -1 letter in the same niche...
     
  2. browserproxies

    browserproxies Junior Member

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    Actually, you can in fact get a redirect indexed - it works in such a way.
    Domain > afflink (a redirected link) > Aff Site
    The problem here is that the Aff Site will be shown under your domain.com URL on the search engine. It can rank a while, but once the search engine detects duplicated content from a redirect, it will remove that search result from the SERP in the process.
    But if domain>301>your own landing page, then "your own landing page"'s content will be shown as your domain.com content instead - all title and meta description, etc.
     
  3. lmarton

    lmarton Regular Member

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    I've submitted my url to google url submit few hours ago but still nothing...
    Probably this won't work... :(
     
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  5. redarrow

    redarrow Elite Member

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    url can take 3 months to index .

    use a indexing service or try throwing web 2.0 at it .