On one of my profiles I have mostly beauty hubs. If any of them get chosen to be moved, what happens to:
-- Pinterest traffic: Will pins for hubs somehow redirect to the new site? If so, for how long will there be a redirect? Months? Years? I have some hubs that get a lot of Pinterest traffic but hardly any Google traffic. I don't want to lose this traffic.
--Amazon links for the old Amazon external code system? Will I be able to still use the old code on the new beauty site?
Personally, it seems that HP already has good rankings in Google. Starting over with new niche sites really scares me. I really hope this move is not detrimental.
We have arranged things with Pinterest so that old Pins will still work and redirect to the new location. Your Amazon Affiliate ID will stay the same as well and you'll continue to earn as you always have.
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