Timeline for Cut Permanent Redirection

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May 26 '15 at 18:16 answer David Garcia timeline score: 1
May 26 '15 at 2:57 comment added Helping Hands I mean to say - I understand but after cut redirection and set all separate , It will take time to give you great business because then you will have to do SEO for all 3.
May 25 '15 at 13:26 comment added closetnoc As @HelpingHands alludes to, the changes you have made previously and want to make come at a cost. Any site owner should seriously resist mucking around with a site that is successful. You (meaning your previous manager) cannot just simply make changes because it would be more desirable as a personal preference to have a website a particular way. Often, managers create arbitrary mandates. You are likely making a good decision- research it, but make it the last major change of this kind. It costs too much in way of search users when changes like this are made.
May 25 '15 at 11:43 comment added Helping Hands I understand but after cut redirection and set all separate , I will take time to give you great business because then you will have to do SEO for all 3.
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May 25 '15 at 11:15 comment added geeksified Thanks for the reply, Helping Hands. It's actually a business game we're trying to step to gain more slots on Google SERP on particular competitive keywords we can't seem to dominate at the top 3 ranks. Separating them might give us a better chance. You know, 3 is better than 1.
May 25 '15 at 7:11 comment added Helping Hands If you are getting successful business after combined then why you want to separate again?
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