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Will it work to GSA blast tier 2 domains that are 301 redirected to Web 2.0s?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rockthecasbah323, Apr 26, 2015.

  1. rockthecasbah323

    rockthecasbah323 Registered Member

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    I was thinking of buying some PR4-PR6 domains and then 301 redirecting those domains to my Tier 2 Web 2.0s that are part of my forthcoming PBN.

    What I'd like to do is protect the web 2.0s so I was thinking I could blast the domains with backlinks through GSA, etc. My questions are:

    1. Will the linkjuice from the redirected domains be transferred to my Web 2.0s?
    2. If Google decides to classify one of the domains as spam, will the Web 2.0 be protected from the spam rating?
    3. Any other tricks on how to architect this?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. asap1

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    1. Yes
    2. 301's pass penalties so no the web 2.0 will not be protected
     
  3. CrackFantasy

    CrackFantasy Junior Member

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    Try putting url shortener in between(not tested) just an suggestion.
     
  4. EvilByte

    EvilByte Registered Member

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    Haven't tried it but maybe JavaScript redirection instead of 301?
     
  5. pyronaut

    pyronaut Executive VIP

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    That won't pass link juice. Google doesn't follow javascript redirects.

    My only question for OP is. Is there a reason you want the Web 2.0's to be your tier 1 links? They aren't in your control and probably have a lot more links on a single page than if you were using your own PBN.
     
  6. rockthecasbah323

    rockthecasbah323 Registered Member

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    Yes, actually. I've been following the Semantic Mastery model - in that model, they use Web 2s for Tier 1 and Tier 2 blogs. So I want to up the juice of both my T1 and T2 blogs. So the thought was, buy expired PR4-6 domains with backlinks and redirect to T1 and Maybe T2. If we can't protect the T1s, then maybe I would just blast the T2s with cheap links to not risk the T1s.

    Thoughts?
     
  7. SEO Power

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    1. Yes
    2. No
    3. How about using the PR domains as your first tier (the tier 1 becomes tier 2 and tier 2 becomes tier 3) and then blasting the tier 3 web 2.0s? The only disadvantage would be the additional cost because you'll need to host each PR domain on a separate class C IP. Otherwise, it's better and more effective and you own the domains.