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I have a internal page in example.com with around 10,000 organic traffic per month, but I am not making any money from it.

I am building a new blog called example2.com in near future with monetizing plan. I have plan to create a very similar kind of post and put 301 ridirect from example1.com/old-post to example2.com/new post.

I use 301 redirection only for that post. If I do it, can I still get those 10k (at least 80%) organic traffic for my new site?

  • ...can I still get those 10k (at least 80%) organic traffic for my new site? Only for a while. This would only be a temporary effect until the search engines index the new page. This assumes a 301 redirect. A 302 will not help you. – closetnoc Jul 24 '18 at 0:22
  • @closetnoc Thanks. When search engine index new page, can't I get at least 50-80% traffic for new page? Or will I lost the all traffic? – I am the Most Stupid Person Jul 24 '18 at 3:46
  • You will get the traffic that the new page deserves. – closetnoc Jul 24 '18 at 4:29
  • New page will be more quality than new page... I think you mean different thing.... New website have low backlink, low age, etc.... Those will affect????? – I am the Most Stupid Person Jul 24 '18 at 4:44
  • New website have low backlink, low age, etc.... Those will affect????? Yes. But time is your friend. – closetnoc Jul 24 '18 at 5:37

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