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    Need help with Permanent Domain Redirection

    Hi
    I have a site with 16 pages and the site ranks well in Google, Yahoo & MSN. The site is running off a .com domain. I want to move the site to a .com.au domain, but am scared of loosing rankings in in Yahoo, Google & MSN.

    To explain things more clearly my present site has the following pages
    www.mydomainname.com/home.html
    www.mydomainname.com/about-us.html
    www.mydomainname.com/services.html
    www.mydomainname.com/contact-us.html
    www.mydomainname.com/usp.html
    [www.mydomainname.com/page1.html
    [www.mydomainname.com/page2.html
    www.mydomainname.com/page3.html



    www.mydomainname.com/page10.html


    Now I have registered www.mydomainname.com.au and would like to launch the site
    www.mydomainname.com.au/home.html
    www.mydomainname.com.au/about-us.html
    www.mydomainname.com.au/services.html
    www.mydomainname.com.au/contact-us.html
    www.mydomainname.com.au/usp.html
    www.mydomainname.com.au/page1.html
    www.mydomainname.com.au/page2.html
    www.mydomainname.com.au/page3.html



    www.mydomainname.com.au/page10.html

    I would like to redirect the site so that I do not loose the PR & rankings in Google, Yahoo & MSN.

    Is there a way of doing this through redirection? In my case I have registered the same domain name on the .com.au extension i.e. my present URL is www.mydomainname.com and the new URL is www.mydomainname.com.au

    I am more then happy to shut down the www.mydomainname.com site if required.

    Any help or advice is sincerely appreciated.

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    Re: Need help with Permanent Domain Redirection

    The best thing to do in order to hang onto the old pr and backlinks is to create a 301 in the .htaccess. Here is a great tutorial http://www.tamingthebeast.net/articl...main-names.htm
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    Re: Need help with Permanent Domain Redirection

    I got this from the Apache Rewrite Guide (http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/misc/rewriteguide.html)

    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteRule ^/~(.+) http://newserver/~$1 [R,L]



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