I know this is a stupid question, but since are urls have changed with the subdomain change, does that mean all of our previous backlinking efforts are worthless since they link to the old urls?
They are still valid, they will follow the 301 redirect and still point to your hubs.
Jason piped up in another thread someone else asked about their own backlinks and he said that the 301 re-direct should work without any problems.
Maybe this will add a little more clarity and comes directly from Jason again.
The new urls that we have been given are a great opportunity for creating even more backlinks, of course! ;-)
by Nexusx26 years ago
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by Paul Goodman6 years ago
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by IzzyM7 years ago
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by Susannah Birch5 years ago
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by Liam Hallam6 years ago
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by Lisa HW6 years ago
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