I work for an ecommerce company which sells a core product, and am currently working on a site for a client. For this particular website, we've purchased a number of other domains (aside from the main one), that they'd like pointing to specific single pages. These pages would then have backward links to the main site. The purpose of this is to increase SEO, funnelling more users to the core website.
www.seconddomain.com -> pointing to /FakePage.asp?ID=blah
www.thirddomain.com -> pointing to /FakePage.asp?ID=blah
The content on each page would be specific to the domain itself - e.g. a manufacturer page/domain. These pages may have links to "buy" the relevant product, which would then go back to www.fakesite.com. Alternatively I could have separate pages for each domain to point to. What I am unsure about is how to do this with IIS, and what the best practice would be for this in regards to SEO. I am a little bit unsure about redirects and how these affect SEO, or whether there is a more suitable way to do this.
Any information you could give me would be greatly appreciated.