I have two websites. One website has 50 articles published and is doing quite well. In all the articles published, I have 2-3 links that go to a subdomain of that website. Now I just started a second fresh/new site, and I would like to replace all the links in the current articles on website 1, to website 2 (so not the subdomain, but the new/fresh site).


Is it okay to do this without getting a penalty? Just to be sure I am making all the links no-follow. Can I replace these 150'ish links all in one day, or should it be spread out over several days? Im quite new to this 'technical SEO'.


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  • My first thought was, why do you have two separate sites? These two "sites" would seem to be intrinsically linked and would benefit from being on one hostname? What is it you are hoping to achieve here? – MrWhite Nov 21 at 11:31
  • The first site was my very first site ever. More of a playground to see what works and what doesn't. This new site I am going to professionalize a bit more. In the future I might make it one site, but for now I'll just make 2. Is it okay for me to link to the new site with no-follow links? – Mertakus Nov 21 at 11:35

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