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Will I get penalized by Google if I simply use ASP and put a "response.redirect" on the old pages and send them to the new version of the pages? Or will Google see this as duplicate content since there will be two web-addresses displaying the same content?
Thanks for any advice.
Otherwise, google doesn't care. Those old links will rot in google's database forever until no one decides to view them again. Redirects are a good idea though. It's what we use on our website http://www.example.com it used to be http://www.example.org
The direct link works differently though, but you get the jist. You can still find LOTS of links to http://www.example.org floating about out there. But they are either dead (still working on the redirects myself...a lot of files) or lead to example.com.
Rock on ksoper78
[edited by: Woz at 11:44 pm (utc) on Nov. 21, 2005]
[edit reason] examplified URLs [/edit]