What are 301 redirects?
What if you could harness the power of a massive amount of backlinks but without putting your website at risk? 301 redirects allow customers to get a blast of extremely strong backlink juice passed through a middle website that is used as a sacrifice to get you ultimate back linking power.
301 redirects are used by some of the biggest advertisers in the industry to generate top ranking results for even the most competitive keywords in a safe but very effective way.
How do 301 redirects work?
An expired, aged domain is purchased which is used as a sacrifice. This is a domain relevant to your main website with an existing backlink portfolio and healthy DA and PA rank. In the eyes of the search engines it is a legitimate, trusted domain.
Then, a massive amount of targeted backlinks are pointed to the new domain. If these links were pointed to your main domain it would also give a boost but would appear “spammy” in the eyes of Google’s algorithm
…howerver, because they are passed through a middle site, the boost is significant and felt usually within a just a few days.
It is important to note that the results are usually not permanent but effective for a few days. This is a great way to get top rankings for very competitive, very highly searched keywords that can generate 4 or 5 figure revenues every day.
What kind of results should I expect by using 301 redirects?
In most cases there is an immediate and significant jump in the SERP’s even for extremely competitive keywords.
Again note this jump is usually not permanent and usually subsides after about a week.
Why should I use a 301 redirect?
301 redirects is not a long term strategy. It used to quickly rank for super competitive keywords to gain a massive amount of organic traffic over a 24-48 hour window while keeping your main website safe from Google Penalties.
But if you are in a very competitive niche and have a money buyer keyword you need top rankings for quickly, 301 redirects is a possible solution.