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Using 301 redirection will rank the new page in postion 1?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by msslife, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    Hi guys.


    Today My quesstion is kind of nooby since it is related to SE ranking.

    I have a landing page that rank 1 for a copatitive word.

    And I was getting a very high amount of traffic from a specific country.

    But unfortunately that landing page been blocked by ISP connection of that country.

    And for sure traffic reduced and money reduced :)

    So I am thinking to make another page but:

    If I used 301 redirection will the new page will rank high or position 1 or?

    And About the old page how will I remove it from rank 1 since you cannot rank for 2 pages with same domain in 1 result page.

    I hope guys you could help in this shit because you know I am afraid to step forward and I am asking to make sure if it is right to step forward and do it or not?

    Note: New page will be copied with the same content of the blocked page. but URL will be different ( old page mosfrt.html new page mosfrt1.html )
     
  2. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    dudes anyone :S
     
  3. Steelers

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    A 301 redirect is supposed to pass pagerank,u trust and all this stuff to your new domain, thats all you need to know.
     
  4. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    Well the page does not have a page rank maybe it will have PR3 in the next update.
    But I don't care about the page rank the only thing that I care about well the backlinks of that page will all goes to the new page?? and will the new page rank for the same position or a good position at least.???

    Thanks.
     
  5. Kakucis

    Kakucis Registered Member

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    The new page will rank high after 2-3 weeks. Sometime it can take only feew days.

    Yes and all links will be counted to your new domain. But it will need some time. And it is hard to predict if it will be number one, but it will get decent rank. At least better than new domain by itself.

    And backlinks will count like a normal inner page backlinks. So it means you are not going to lose anything but just time :)
     
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  7. msslife

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    Thanks Kakucis :) really appreciate it

    There is a small thing you did not notice in my previous replies.

    I said that the landing page is a sub page from my domain and it is blocked I mean the ISP only blocked this page not the whole site.

    For example:

    The blocked page is:
    http://www.Domain(1).com/old-page.html
    The new page is:
    http://www.SAME DOMAIN.com/new-page.html

    So does what you said with using 2 different domain will work with inner pages of a site as well or?

     
  8. msslife

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  9. Kakucis

    Kakucis Registered Member

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    The interesting thing is about blocked sites. I don't have experience dealing with them. How redirect will affect ISP block. Maybe it blocks that site as well.
    You have to find someone more experienced or you have to test it for your own. :)

    And of course you can make double listing for one keyword. I have one site with double listing on first page of google and another listing on second.
     
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    Why don't you get another ISP?
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