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Website redirect question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by yagami82, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. yagami82

    yagami82 Registered Member

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    I need a bit of guidance on redirects.

    If I have Site B, Site C & D redirect to Site B when you click on them.
    From Site B you can click on order now links to go to Site A which is the primary website.

    Is this ok with google?

    Any help is appreciated!
     
  2. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    Nope, it is too close to the old school style ' doorway ' or ' portal ' methods.

    They will deindex youinstantly once discovered.
     
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  3. yagami82

    yagami82 Registered Member

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    Thanks for your help aftershock2020

    If Sites B, C & D all link to Site A themselves via order now on their own page. Is that ok?

    Does each site need to have its own design & content or can they be very similar?

    The URLs will all be from one town too. Is that a problem?
     
  4. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    Use a simple and direct article 101 method:

    Site B has an article, targeting a subkeyword topic and is RELATED to the niche market of Site A's offer. Repeat the process with Site C and Site D.

    Create the article on the topic and link to Site A as a 'recommendation' or ' suggestion ' to a tool, product, service that the reader should check out.

    The link is to NEVER to a cart or order button but, to a sales page, affiliate link, etc.

    This way, the article directories accept the link in it as part of the content and you don't have to redirect at all but, simply guide the client through a funnel.

    IF you still want to redirect directly to a sales page and the subkeyword is relevant, then use a php redirect and send them to the page you want, instead of trying to trick them into going in for something else.

    People redirect their affiliate links all the time and google is fine with it, for the moment.

    Hope this helps.