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Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by sn0rt, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. sn0rt

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    I've registered a few domains that are similar to mine. I know how to url redirect them all, but that's not all that I want to do.

    My question is:

    How can I go about getting these domains indexed on search engines and also get them to redirect to a specific domain.

    For example:

    I own, site.com, site1.com, and site2.com; how can I have site1.com and site2.com redirected to site.com and also indexed to rank on search engines?

    Let me know if you guys need a better explanation,

    -sn0rt
     
  2. selvamurali

    selvamurali Newbie

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    everythink is possible by your domain control panel.

    PM Me where you registered then i will let you know how you need to redirect
     
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  3. sn0rt

    sn0rt Elite Member

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    got them registered at namecheap
     
  4. sn0rt

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    ..I wonder if it's just a matter of 301'ing..

    I want all the domains to be indexed and ranked under the same site.com
     
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    I don't think domain with 301 redirect will rank at all because there's nothing in it? I assume one would need to create landing page saying "Redirecting in * seconds" and rank that, but what would be the point?
     
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  6. sn0rt

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    The goal is to have the all the domains be able to show up in the SERPS but all of them be redirected to the original domain.

    Like as if you had keyword1.com, keyword2.com, and keyword3.com all show up in the SERPS but go to keyword.com when clicked.

    There's gotta be a way to do this..
     
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    You are talking about cloaking. Google isn't going to index a simple 301. You need to be showing the SE's content, while redirecting your visitors. Not an expert on this, so really have nothing more to add.
     
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    godaddy has more friendly interface than name cheap
     
  10. Oukast

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    "Friendly" as in "more graphics all around it". NameCheap is very 80's and bare, sure, but it's much faster to navigate around and make the changes one needs to do.
     
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    I'm not sure what it's called. But I assume that there has to be a way to get 3 domains ranked and indexed for their keywords using the content from only 1 domain.
     
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    Sure you can point them all to the same content. I'm not sure if they'll get slapped for duplicate content, but why would you essentially want to make your link building three times harder, than just having the varying keywords all point to one domain? And if the other domains are misspells or similar, then just 301 them - won't rank, but are still useful, if there's lot of that type of traffic.
     
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    If you want index all of your sites with redirection. You must be expert in cloaking. Better you can do 301 redirection.

    @Oukast

    Google now supports using the rel="canonical" link element across different domains. This means that you can have similar content on both the .com and .co.uk extensions of your site, and use the canonical link element to indicate the exact url of the domain preferred for indexing. This will make duplicate content a non-issue.


     
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    How would I go about doing that seoways?
     
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    The reason I'd want to index and rank the other domains is because they're great alternative domains for the same keywords.

    I wonder if G would penalize 3 sites being that it's such a small number instead of the same content over a span of 40 different sites.

    I was also thinking of just duplicating the entire site for their respective domains, indexing, and then just redirecting them to one domain.

    -thoughts?
     
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    This is want you want to do -

    Host each of the extra properties under different hosting accounts / different Class C IPs. Change the whois for each Domain to be slightly different or set them up under the Registry's privacy option.

    Now install WP and setup a different template for each. Throw up related content on each property, spread this task out over a period of time, maybe develop one Domain out each week.

    After about a month or more, depending on your preference start creating articles. Eventually start tossing your primary Site's URL into this articles. Then eventually banner ad your primary Site's URL on the splash pages. Then way down the road you can even start doing a popup triggered by mouse movement towards the back button or exit to "pop" your primary Site's URL.

    This is about the best way to accomplish what you're trying to do. It's not the ideal outcome but it works if done and spaced out right.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Thanks for your input oldschooler
     
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