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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dallaswynn, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    If you redirect from one domain to another, will the spiders still index the redirected site?
     
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    Icecubemedia Newbie

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    Hi,

    If you redirect old site to new site than Spiders crawl the new site!
     
  3. SahL

    SahL Elite Member

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    No the spiders would crawl the other site.

    It would redirect. Thats what redirection is for.
     
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    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    Is there any way to have a site ranked and then have the viewer automatically redirected to the new site? I am trying to have a site ranked and then use it to redirect.
     
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    xPWN1t Regular Member

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    HTML redirect.
     
  6. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    Where can I learn to do that?
     
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    G00gle 301 redirect
     
  8. dallaswynn

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    The deal is this: I want to create a website for a friend that owns a business. He already has a site, but it would be difficult to optimize his quickly. So, I want to get a URL that matches the keywords in which his business operates and then optimize a site quickly for that URL. Then once we reach SERP 1 on G, then I want people to do their search, find the optimize site, BUT see his website. How do I do this?
     
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    What if you used an iframe the width and height of the landing page? Would the spiders only see this as one HTML element and the visitors would actually see the other site?
     
  10. milian

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    yeah that could work
     
  11. SuperLinks

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    That's called cloaking. Be careful as this could hurt your rankings! If you do plan on cloaking your gonna have to get very creative with how you do it using IP/location based redirects as well as other techniques.

    Don't just go iframing your whole site and think that will work.
     
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    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    Milian, I hope you're not trying to f*** me up my friend! I don't take kindly to that.
    Thanks for the info SuperLinks!! Now then, back to the original question....How can you create one site, optimize it and then get the traffic from that site to another site?
     
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    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    Don't forget to respond.
     
  14. fapwire

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    Depends on the method of redirect.
     
  15. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    Is there a way to do it white hat?
     
  16. hoodkist

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    I use a 301 site redirect but still the site I'm redirecting to won't take it's serP place ever it just redirects so If you hoping it will swap serp status it won't but this is my experience might work for others bit I dont think it will
     
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    No, I don't want to optimize the other site. I just want to optimize a site with a keyword specific URL and have the traffic from that site redirected to the other site without effecting the new sites SERP.
     
  18. hoodkist

    hoodkist Regular Member

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    Wpcloaker works for me every time just got my hands on a copy. Get it for 50 dollars with discount code. This has to be the best cloaking software out there for wp.

    cd235689
    http://wpcloaker.com/special/
     
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    Great question and answers!!! Nice! Thanks all! :)
     
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    Thanks a bunch!! Do you have a different code that you could PM me with, that one didn't work.