__/ [Neredbojias] on Monday 21 November 2005 12:35 \__
> With neither quill nor qualm, John quothed:
>> I am about to take control of a old site with a decent PR, and I am
>> planning on combining it with an newer site with a lower PR (the site
>> with the higher PR needs to be disposed of). What is the best way to
>> "transfer" as much of that PR as possible to the lower ranked site?
> Switch urls.
Either that (depending on the gap in terms of rank/incoming links) or use a
permanent re-direct with 301 status:
I should warn you that if the sites are unrelated and ranks are simply
'purchased' and funnelled, then you might gain nothing or even be penalised.
Hope it helps,
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