Masking a Redirect
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I have got a question concerning masking a redirect.
From an SEO view, is this a great or bad practice The definition of some pluses and minuses to hiding a URL
I perform use blogger’s tailor made domain attribute, but sometimes I need to redirect some sort of related website name to that will custom space site.
I have heard of which Google doesn’t love masking, but I have no intentions of search phrase spamming.Any keywords and phrases added within the masking could well be relevant on the site.
Any insight can be greatly apprciated!
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Try using a CNAME when you have DNS manipulate.It’ll fix any problems! But it surely depends, I can be misunderstanding what you would like to do.
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Here’s one among what Relating to done pertaining to my site *Please*:
www.ple-ase.com is set up as being a custom site (CNAME, ghs.yahoo.com)
online world.please.info is an unmasked redirect.
online world.pleas-e.com may be a masked/cloaked redirectJust questioning if in which cloaked space will washing up bowl me into Google issues.I’m not endeavoring to deceive anyone, but just when using the word " please" with various methods.My key terms are just about all relevant.
But in the event that cloaking = problem, I’ll just simply uncloak this.
Masking a new Redirect
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