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Redirecting a High pr domain to another domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by emptyzero, Jul 14, 2013.

  1. emptyzero

    emptyzero Regular Member

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    Hello, i was wondering if redirecting 301, a high pr domain, to another domain aged ( registered at 1999 ) but lost it's pr, does it works to make the other domain gain it's Pr again ? not they both have backlinks.
     
  2. niroshana35

    niroshana35 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Usually when you redirect a old high pr domain to another new domain the new domain will get the PR from the old domain but on your issue if it didn't happen like that, then may be it's still under a PR updating process.
     
  3. emptyzero

    emptyzero Regular Member

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    the domain i want to redirect to, is aged lol, they r all old domains.
     
  4. jhakasseo

    jhakasseo Senior Member

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    Yeah you are so right. I also having same issue and as it said pagerank will be assign to new domain but don't know how muhc time it will take.
     
  5. loudINMedia

    loudINMedia Junior Member

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    If its of less age, it will be getting less importance..

    More age & getting a redirected ability will get a desired result you just said :)
     
  6. Bisturi

    Bisturi Junior Member

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    Careful with this as G is quite likely cracking on this soon, plus I dont believe all PR is passed to the new domain as someone else claims. Unless the old domain (to redirect) is of a similar niche to the new one, be careful with this approach as redirecting a site from a grandma who acquired a PR5 without even knowing it cos she posted lots of awesome pics of flowers to then redirect to your site on payday loans will ring bells. Mind you I'm a SEO wuss in that I always chose the most conservative approach for my sites (which are 99% wh) so take my advice with a grain of salt if you are simply building hit and run sites.