Should I 301 redirect a (high DA) website to my new startup?

by Matt MacPherson 0 replies
Back in 2006 I created a parody site called the church of google (thechurchofgoogle.org). According to SEMrush it has a domain authority of 45, 18,400 total backlinks, 10 edu backlinks, lots of tech blogs linking to it, etc. I don't really care about this site anymore. It was the first website I ever created 11 years ago, but I'm not interested in maintaining the site anymore.

Recently, I launched a startup (https://edabit.com) that teaches users how to code via interactive challenges. Should I be doing a 301 redirect from thechurchofgoogle to edabit or should I just let the domain expire? It's been registered and active since 2006, never expired.

Should continue with the 301 redirect?

Cheers,
Matt
#search engine optimization #301 #high #redirect #startup #website
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