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SEO and redirection

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by xcpks, Oct 26, 2011.

  1. xcpks

    xcpks Junior Member

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    Here is my question.

    I have a website witch is placed on another server (some affiliate thingy)

    I have 5 domains i would like to use for SEO on this website. Is there any way to do any SEO when you have redirected the domains?

    I was thinking of some kind of clocking? Any ideas?
     
  2. InternetMaster

    InternetMaster Junior Member

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    Google ban for redirect of any kind from one domain to another.
    That the fact , no way around and no way to cloak.
    Because Google has stuff to check sites manually.
     
  3. xcpks

    xcpks Junior Member

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    Crap... So i would just redirect and not able to do any SEO then
     
  4. ipopbb

    ipopbb Power Member

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    That's not true. Moved Permanently redirects are allowed. They only transfer part of the PR because google has to do something to keep them from being over used all the time. You won't get banned for proper redirecting. Just expect slightly less PR from the original domain's backlinks.

    I just assisted a large company in transitioning to a new domain name. The key is to use the proper redirect in conjunction with updated canonical tags on the landing pages. Then use the webmaster tools features for reindexing for a changed domain.

    Cloaking will get you in trouble, but proper redirects will not.
     
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  5. linkchamp

    linkchamp Regular Member

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    You can do 301 redirect as it passes the juice to the new domain if any. But don't do any cloaking stuff as if google finds it your domain is in danger then. Make sure you play the safe game.