__/ [John Bokma] on Wednesday 23 November 2005 01:29 \__
> "Dan V." <d@xxxxx> wrote:
>> I am renaming a web page but realize I may need to keep the old page
>> around for a few months at least to direct users.
>> How can I do this without getting penalized by Google etc?
> mod_rewrite, 301 redirect it, as explained by Google on their webmaster's
> pages (IIRC).
Have a look at the following:
I also suggest that you look into the way search engines interpret this.
There might be some specifics, which are worth paying careful attention
to. I knew someone who had lost his PageRank while migrating. This hap-
pened despite the fact that he followed Google's guidelines.
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