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Will this work? (301 redirect question)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by WeWontBeAlone, Nov 17, 2016.

  1. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Say I have 3 domains.

    example1.com
    example1.net
    example1.tv

    let's say my first domain, example1.com gets deindexed from google, but it was #1 on serps for my keyword.

    I want to make example1.tv my new main domain, with the link juice passing, but I'm thinking if i 301 redirect example1.com to example1.tv it will also pass the penalty... If I pass it like this, will it work?

    example1.com (301 redirect) ->example1.net(301 redirect)->example1.tv

    Basically using the second site (the .net) as a dummy site, will that work?
     
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    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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  3. laur.laurix

    laur.laurix Power Member

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    If it was so simple to bypass a penalty everybody would be doing it. To answer ur question: Ur new website will not jump to nr. 1 spot in G after those 301 redirects.
     
  4. DigitalCon

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    A deindexed domain won't pass anything. Not the link juice to say the least.

    A technique once emerged where people redirected a penalized site (still indexed but ranks dropped) to an intermediate brand new domain which in turn redirected to another final brand new domain and the final domain will then inherit the rankings of the first domain, give or take a few spots, in a few weeks.

    I tried this myself a couple of times with no luck though.
     
  5. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    This is the 4th time my site has been deindexed in 3 years (site earns me tons, totally worth the time doing this) usually I'm able to get my site back up with 301 redirects on a new domain this time in particular it's taken a week and I'm still not there yet, although I bounce from #1 back to deranked, so yeah i'm not really sure what's going on lol
     
  6. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Here's another question I have

    All the other sites in my niche have the same issue as I do, eventually they get deindexed as well but they seem to bypass it by making their website www2, www6, subdomained and they can maintain ranks, even as far as i've seen www8.websitename.xyz they clearly can get around it but why can't I? How are they doing this with www# domains?