Redirect 301 Safe For Seo?

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Hi Warriors, I build 2 websites have same niche on expired domains and now I want redirect these 2 websites to another new site on same niche. Hence link juice will transfer to new site.The two sites are hosted on same server with same whois and the new site will be on same server as well. Would it be safe? Either I should host all these three sites on unique hostings

Permanent Redirect 301 should be from respective registerar is enough or it should be from .htaccess file. I am waiting for your expert comments. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Alperr
    Depends on what your purpose it. You want to scam google or you need this. Here is what google says: https://support.google.com/webmaster...er/93633?hl=en

    That means, if google suggests you something, then it should,at least, not harm your websites as long as you do it because you need it and not to scam google.
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  • 301 redirect is your best option and it's totally cool in Google's eyes. Most link power will transfer.
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  • Profile picture of the author mathompson
    A 301 redirect known as a permanent redirect. The word 'permanent' is there to imply that ALL qualities of the redirected page will be passed on to the detour page.
    That includes:
    PageRank
    MozRank
    Page Authority
    Traffic Value

    Conclusion: it is safe
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by mathompson View Post

      A 301 redirect known as a permanent redirect. The word ‘permanent’ is there to imply that ALL qualities of the redirected page will be passed on to the detour page.
      That includes:
      PageRank
      MozRank
      Page Authority
      Traffic Value

      Conclusion: it is safe

      Sorry Hoss, 301 means permanent or won't change in the future, unlike a 302 which is temporary or it's very possible the URL will change back to the original URL in the future so the original URL is still valid during a 302 redirect. That's the difference between permanent or temporary redirects.

      Maybe Google http status code definitions.

      Lol, at mozrank. How's that working out?
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  • Profile picture of the author usmantech
    I can tell from personal experience that it is perfectly safe. Rather it is recommended if you are changing domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author rritz
    As I understand it, there are two EXPIRED domains ... and he wants to redirect these to a new domain. So what will happen when someone else registers these expired domains and builds new websites there?
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    • Profile picture of the author mich800
      Originally Posted by rritz View Post

      As I understand it, there are two EXPIRED domains ... and he wants to redirect these to a new domain. So what will happen when someone else registers these expired domains and builds new websites there?
      I think they meant purchased expired domains. You cannot redirect something you do not own. Could you imagine the chaos that would create.
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      • Profile picture of the author taufinrusli
        You should redirect the domain and all the links inside to the correct links in your new domain. It will be a lot of work but Google knows how to change the link from your old domain to your new domain and the links. I have tried that before

        Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author shazim00
    yes 301 redirect method use for seo.
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