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    URL permanent redirect

    In the Penang Webmaster gathering, there are some discussion on website PR, and I suddenly have a

    Let say a URL is www .domain. com(1st) and my blog hosted in www. domain. com/blog(2nd), both the domain now is PR 1, and i found that some of the back link are from the 1st URL and some link me with the 2nd.

    I confuse whether if I put my blog on main directory at the first place, all the Backlink are with the same URL(1st). Will it have better PR? instead of some link to 1st and some link to 2nd.

    LimCs said there are a permanent Redirect code, is the below code corect?

    Code:
    <?php
    
    header("HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently");
    header("Location: http://www. domain .com/");
    exit();
    ?>
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    hmmmmmmm no idea.. :P
    totally idiot in terms on internet marketing or those so called pr..
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    not sure either
    I think google pr rating is based on individual url

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    You are messing up things...
    PR depends on number of backlinks for that particular page, if you want high PR for your blog concentrate on getting relevant backlinks to your blog.
    Regarding redirect " 301 permanent redirect " is SEO friendly but should be used if it is really necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyf View Post
    You are messing up things...
    PR depends on number of backlinks for that particular page, if you want high PR for your blog concentrate on getting relevant backlinks to your blog.
    Regarding redirect " 301 permanent redirect " is SEO friendly but should be used if it is really necessary.
    actually my senario is like that, let said i have 100 back link (don talk about their PR or topic relavent) 50 link to www. icalvyn.com and 50 link to blog.icalvyn .com

    and another person also same have 100 back link too, but all the link point to OpenDNS. com

    will it have affect to our PR ranking?if have, i would like to make redirect from icalvyn.com to blog.icalvyn.com permanently.
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    if i'm not mistaken... it will be based on the URL...

    even if you redirect it on your server/whatever i think it wouldn't help to coz in google server it already recorded links are for 2 seperate page (icalvyn.com and blog.icalvyn .com).

    i couldn't 100% confirm this but after reading wiki definition on page rank (PageRank - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) i think its make sense on why they call it PageRank and not DomainRank...

    "PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page's value." -from wiki

    in your case you have 2 diffirent page namely icalvyn.com and blog.icalvyn .com

    LimCS is an SEO guy... maybe he can give more insights on this... plz LimCS
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