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301 Redirects Have Resulted In Total Loss Of Pagerank


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#1 dhirubhai

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Posted 14 October 2010 - 02:41 AM

We instructed our client to use 301 redirects on about 5 or 6 PageRank 4 pages when they've recently redeveloped their website - the domain is still the same.

After they launched, all these 'new' pages now have PageRank of n/a. I've checked what they've done and the redirects are all of the type '301 moved permanently'. So all good there. The content has changed quite a bit but is still relevant to the old. So not so good.

Does this kind of 301 redirect count for nothing? Other than for the actual act of the redirection itself. Or maybe there's a time lag. The change happened 10 days ago.

#2 Jill

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Posted 14 October 2010 - 08:30 AM

Your pages all have PageRank, you just don't see any toolbar PageRank because the toolbar only updates a couple of times a year.

Absolutely a non-issue.




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