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Switching domain name

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by J0kerz, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Alright,

    I have built BLs way too fast for one of my website and now I cant seem to be able to get back on page 1. I have been #1 on Google for my keyword for 3 weeks then suddently BAM, I dropped like hell (Rank 500++).

    Hopefully, I bought 2 domain name related to my keyword. I would like to switch from "Domain Name 1" to "Domain Name 2" and start building fresh BLs from scratch. I failed. I wont give up and I want to try again with other techniques. I wont do the same mistakes again.

    What would be the best way to switch to my second domain to make it look like if I was starting a brand new website? Should I try to "deindex" my first domain name?

    In short, I will be using the same website but with a different domain name. I dont want to have my 2 websites indexed at the same time or Google might find this suspicious.

    What should I do first?

    Thanks,
    ;)
     
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  2. affiliate_onlinebiz

    affiliate_onlinebiz Junior Member

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    I'd personally rewrite some of my content. Maybe add a few different images, you know...just to make it unique enough in the eyes of Google.
     
  3. Xyon81

    Xyon81 Regular Member

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    dunno i've been thinking about the same, was going to 301 it into a better "new" domain
     
  4. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Would that work?
     
  5. designsonline

    designsonline Power Member

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    Chances are it will bounce back if you give it time.
    You need to focus on building high quality high PR links now to help it get out of the sandbox.
     
  6. mirrorer

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    Don't do it,will come back soon
     
  7. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    My website isnt in the sandbox, it is still indexed, but all my rankings sucks hard now.

    It's been 2 weeks and no improvement since my big drop.
     
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    Just be patient.
     
  9. gregstereo

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    Re 301'ing a name: I think it would work. Here is something I read on another thread - the quote is from sweetfunny, the full question and answer can be found on this page:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/buy-sell-trade/129096-scrapebox-ultimate-serp-scraper-auto-blog-commenter-prstorm-mode-10.html

    Here's the original QandA in that thread, kinda similar to what you might be looking at doing: