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I'm a Linux engineer, and I know quite a bit of programming languages, and can create a website pretty easily, but what I suck at, is SEO. That's an art all by itself, and that's what I need some help in.
My parents are realtors, and they're going through a bit of a dry spell for a while, and I would really like to help them so they can get some bills paid. They have a couple special houses they want to sell, and I thought that maybe me, as a technical junkie, can help a bit.
I spotted this article which explains how some realtors are registering the street address of a house they're marketing, as the domain itself, and that's what I want to do.
For example, if the domain is 12345 W McGyver Rd (Fake), then I would have registered the following domains:
The domain just points to a vhost on a server I own, which returns a 301 redirect to redirect to my parents real-estate website, specifically to the page that contains the data of the specific house.
The goal is to have the website show up as a search result when someone types the address into a Google search. I figure having the domain as close to the actual address should help.
I went here and submitted the two domains, hoping they would get indexed, but it doesn't look like it's worked..
Are there any SEO tricks I can do? I would be willing to add some PHP to the page that does the redirecting, maybe check to see if its a Google crawl bot and return some useful data? I'm just not sure the best way to do that.
If anyone has any SEO tricks they can suggest that would help, that would be amazing. Im not trying to play the sympathy card, but I just really want to help my parents :)