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What is best app for keeping juice from links on expired domains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MySeoEmail, Dec 20, 2015.

  1. MySeoEmail

    MySeoEmail Regular Member

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    Anyone have any recommendations on what to install on a Wordpress blog to keep the juice from expired domains? I read about link juice keeper but it doesn't look like it has been updated in forever. Does that work?
     
  2. TheSEOWizard

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    What do you mean by "keep the juice"? ... just 301 redirect the "good pages" to the homepage/relevant pages if you want to "catch all juice pages i.e. use all backlinks to the domain". Do not do it too much either or it might be a footprint.
     
  3. MySeoEmail

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    I just use link juice keeper. Are you talking about doing it manually?
     
  4. Ambassy

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    Maybe if you could explain yourself properly we'd be able to answer.
    I don't get what you mean when you say "keep juice from expired domains".
    The only way to keep the juice would be to register them yourself, but I'm sure that isn't what you mean...
     
  5. MySeoEmail

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    I mean redirecting all non-existing URLs to the blog front page using 301 redirect.
     
  6. Ambassy

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    Do you have a list of URL's you wish to redirect or do you just wanna redirect every 404 response to the front page? Again, if you want us to help you gotta provide details.
    Also, this has absolutely nothing to do with expired domains...
     
  7. TheSEOWizard

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    Yes, I am saying about doing it manually either directly through htaccess or you can use any Wordpress redirection plugin in case you use WP for your PBN blogs.
     
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    I just use link juice keeper too. Redirects all the juice to the homepage
     
  9. Ambassy

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    301'ing all not found urls to the homepage seems suicidal SEO-wise.