dcz wrote:The redirection should help out to get the same position while migrating in SERPS, but this is the kind of thing that require a instant switch, if you mess up for some days, it will slower down the process a bit, but everything should go back top normal.
On this site again, the redirection of both forums URLs was performed without a single loss of visitors, so.
dcz wrote:arch stanton wrote:I'm not sure if it was a 301 but yes, the old domain had some form of redirect and the old URLs are still indexed.
This you should make sure about. Use http://web-sniffer.net/ to check the header returned. Can you change the dns for the old domain, is it linked to some hosting ?
dcz wrote:Ho I see now, how do you redirect gladetalk.org.uk to gladetalk.co.uk ?
It's the only messy redirection. We need to fix that.
dcz wrote:The 302 is definitely causing troubles.
To solve this, you should either set gladetalk.org.uk's DNS to match gladtalk.co.uk direcrtly, and implement (if not already done) the www prefix redirection (version n°2), or set up the redirection from gladetalk.org.uk's web space (ftp), if so tell me, I'll tell you how to do it .
It's very important, 302 are really bad SEO wise in such cases, as the original URL will be the one taken into account by SEs.
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