I recently moved
Initially, for a period of perhaps 1-2 weeks, this move was most likely a redirect from
www.example2.com (go to the new domain but don't find the content).
I decided I needed better redirects because I wanted credit for some links I had, and I wanted to make sure users finding my links got pointed to the new page. Since my link structure was different in the new site, I wrote a redirect for every piece of content. It may not be ideal, but now when a page is requested on
example1.com it redirects to the correct content on
example2.com. This does not work with individual assets, for instance some images which forum users linked to on my site. I made a few manual links to try to keep those working. But any "not found" resource will just bounce to the home page.
My old domain had a domain authority between 20-30, but my new domain has a domain authority of 1.
My question is this: now that I've changed my 301 redirects, does that change get detected by the G? And should I expect to get some of the domain authority back that I used to have? If so, what kind of timeframe should I be thinking?