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Will changing of domainname get reindex?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by liangtvdotcom, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. liangtvdotcom

    liangtvdotcom Newbie

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    Hi , i have a url that actually have 3k page indexed but due to over use of SEO technique or maybe duplicated content.
    the pages got decreased to 100 pages.

    It is a movie web , without google traffic it's dead.

    I was wondering if i change the domain name for the web.
    Will all the pages get reindexed with the new domain name?
     
  2. nufaman

    nufaman Elite Member

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    They might, depending on what you did and if google thinks your site deserves it
     
  3. liangtvdotcom

    liangtvdotcom Newbie

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    Hm.. i guess i will try. a new domain dun cost much. because i got deindexed i got very low morale.
     
  4. webcatpl

    webcatpl Junior Member

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    Try it and let us know. Maybe you could try aged - expired domain, it can make a difference for you!
     
  5. liangtvdotcom

    liangtvdotcom Newbie

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    what u mean by aged and expired? rebuy those expired domains that existed be4?