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my example.org, .net and .info are 301 redirected to example.com..
However, .org, .net and .info are placed on Apache server, and their IPs are different from Example.com (Windows server)
Any problems? Google thinks me spam by using different IPs and hosting platform?
I appreciate your help, dude.
For protection against casual mischief, I don't want to make it easy to see what other domains are owned and being redirected. If they're on the same server, then it's way too easy to get that information. If the registrar, for example, offers a 301 service, then usually my 301 domain portfolio shares an IP address with thousands of other domains.
So Google knows that this is a relatively common practice. You have no worries on this account. There is nothing spammy about it if you're not actively promoting the alternate domains online.
Not to go off topic, but what if I had an existing site with various sub domains. A couple of the subdomain topics are to be setup as individual sites. Would it be worth redirecting the old subdomains to them?
[edited by: FattyB at 6:20 pm (utc) on Jan. 20, 2008]
Now someone else has bought that domain, and filled it with adverts. The main site owner is now not at all happy that "his" traffic is going elsewhere, or else he has to "pay" to advertise on that site to get his own traffic back.