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Jan 7 '15 at 8:42 comment added David @w3d I meant that even if the main page will contain the article without redirection I will want to have a different title for each new article but to have example in the search results. Actually this is the main issue, I mentioned the redirection to give more precise description of the layout. Google does follow JS redirects.
Jan 6 '15 at 20:17 comment added MrWhite "even without redirection" - Google is still picking up the title from the new article as the title text in the SERPs for the main domain?! (Assuming you have tested this for a period of time without any redirection.) I find that hard to believe... Google must be linking these pages somehow? FWIW, I'd wager that Google is probably able to follow JavaScript redirects these days (I imagine it would have been at the top of the list of understanding JS in determining search results).
Jan 6 '15 at 16:10 comment added David I agree with you on this for the general case but our still, even without redirection there is the issue of the title of the page that changes for every article vs. the general title we want to be displayed in the search results.
Jan 6 '15 at 14:39 comment added closetnoc I agree. It is bad form from a user stand point to redirect the home page to an article. If you want me to read the article, then motivate me or post it on the home page or at least a good sized snippet. From a webmaster point of view, you will never have a consistent performance for your home page which should be specifically tuned to for site overall. It should be the top of your theme pyramid and should define your silos.
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