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Yes, BUT Ensure you don't have a 301 redirect chain like: http://olddomain.com/test => http://www.olddomain.com/test => http://intermediatedomain.com/test => https://www.newdomain.com Once I had a 301 redirect chain only for some pages, and guess what? Those pages had "difficulties" to get updated in Google. Also, Matt Cutts from Google said you should ...


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They will do it for specific arguments only. Querystrings are are part of a unique URL. So example.com/index.php?ID=someID is a completely different URL than site.com/index.php?ID=someID2 to search engines. They make run off the same code but that means nothing to search engines (or users). So you can redirect some and not others as your business ...


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Google can understand that content is a series of pages with rel=prev and rel=next On your site where you have the links pointing to the previous and next page, just inject the above keywords in the anchor tags. Here's an example: Make index.htm contain this: <p>Page 1. The HOME PAGE</p> <p>aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa</p> ...


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We have gotten a few questions like this one. While I found one good answer for you, I thought I would take this opportunity answer the question better. There are actually two things to consider and not just one. When you want to retain the links of an old site you have essentially two tasks: one, to redirect from one site to the other properly; two, ...



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