I finally got hit with a plunge and I'm trying my best to clean up my subdomain to quickly get out of it. One thing that would really help would be if there was a feature to let me 301 redirect some of my hubs to a new subdomain. Before the subdomain switch it didn't matter that I wrote articles on various subjects, but now, when I'm limited to just my own space, that space looks a bit cluttered.
I mostly have articles on natural health topics, but have at least a few dozen on automotive and home improvement topics also. Those are completely unrelated fields and probably aren't giving my subdomain a helping hand in the eyes of Google. I'm not going to delete those articles either because they represent a couple hundreds views per day, even after the plunge. It would be nice if there was a feature that would let me just 301 redirect them to a new subdomain that focused primarily on those subjects. Then I could clean up my original subdomain and still keep the good quality articles.
by Paul Edmondson2 years ago
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by Dorian Bodnariuc3 years ago
I just checked a few of my former lenses, and it seems like 301 redirects from Squidoo don't work anymore.Does anyone know anything about this? I used to have some social media traffic, mostly from Pinterest and...
by Ronald E Franklin4 days ago
There's been a lot of discussion in the forums about fact that the Maven channels are all subdomains of the main site. The conventional wisdom is that this creates a "generalist site" format that Google hates...
by Blake Flannery22 months ago
I did a comparison to the traffic I was getting a year ago between November and now and realized I have lost around 2 million views. At the time of my traffic crash, starting November 1st, I had reached out in the...
by Thomas Swan4 years ago
I am someone who writes on a lot of different subjects including science, history, psychology, politics, religion, and sport. I have noticed that google tends to associate my subdomain with a particular type of article...
by Simon Cook6 years ago
I'm in a plunge again - going down to levels I've not seen since March 2010. As we now have sub-domains and all our writing has an impact on every one of our hubs I've been analyzing my older hubs.One thing I note is...
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